Eden Mountain Lodge
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... out of the way from almost every state, including the surrounding New England states, it’s a must-see for any international boundary enthusiast like myself. Also, make sure to learn even a little French if you want to interact with the locals, and because French is spoken basically throughout Quebec, that little piece of tape and row of potted flowers won’t save you (even though English is spoken as well, it’s always fun to try to fit ...
... be able to show you photographs of the grandeur, it was just a bit ridiculous how ornate it was!!!
We have hit end of tripitis now. Tuesday, we went shopping for a new handbag for Liz and that was pretty much it, instead of spending another night in our van we booked a hotel in Connecticut and did no sightseeing whatsoever. We packed up the van, it was a bit sad to say goodbye to our warm blankets and sheets –wouldn’t mind taking ...
Went skiing with the Reidy's and their cousins. Jay Peak is definitely a must on a skiers list. Some sweet glade skiing for novices. Packed powder. 25 degrees. Barely a breeze. A couple of quads and a tram bought you to the top. Sitting on the Canadian border in northern Vermont, it's quite remote making for small lift lines. It was a four hour ride but the ride back was a bit more interesting with the impending ...
... Grist mill and then a small parking area by the river called Brewster’s River Park. There was a covered bridge there too and we noticed people were driving through it. First we went up the hill walking and then decided to drive it because it was getting steep and seemed to go on and on. That was a good idea and then road led us down beautiful tree lined roads and popped us back out at the 108 further up on the road.
... were all busy and fulfilling.
Now as I work on finishing my book and re-read my father's letters, I can visualize where he was; the terrain, the villages and cities, the fields and forests. I have a feel for the people in all four countries, with a taste of their national and regional personalities. I have a handle on where the fighting was in relation ...