Extended Stay America - Hartford - Farmington
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It's been a very busy couple of days, so this is just a short update. We are currently somewhere in Connecticut heading to Acadia NP in Maine. We made it through wet South Carolina with only minor detours. Spend a day exploring Shenandoah NP More to follow later this evening once we arrive in ...
... of his illustrations was on the front they had to print an extra 259,000, they were so popular. He still is popular judging from the numbers of people at the museum. It was good to see the originals of so many familiar pictures - to see his actual brush strokes. We also heard background stories to some of his paintings. He used the locals as models. One little boy, Billy Piper, was so excited to be ...
... but they turned up at 3.15, unfed and Graeme was hot n sweaty. The museum was almost an all day thing and he spent the last 15 minutes shooting baskets while Graham was videoing him. Very happy hubby. There is a lot he would like to tell you all about it but I'll let him do that himself. Springfield is also the home of Indian motor bikes. It is also the home of Eleanor Powell, the 1930s movie star. So ...
We thought this was something made-up in the movies, but oh no, wherever we looked students were sat under every available tree reading up on thermodynamics, quantum physics or in Ness's case... 'The 50 US States - facts and fun!'
As we wandered around, we couldn't resist entering a few of the ...
Today was a coming home ride from Burlington VT. to Southwick MA. It was a glorious morning and the perfect temperature. Mt Mansfield was shrouded in haze but I could see Camels Hump. Traffic was light on I-89 S. I decided to head to Waterbury VT. and zig zag through the mountains from US 100 over to 116 and back to 100 heading south. The mountain passes were in rough shape. I hope to be able to down load the ...