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... an historic village a bit like a Timber Town on the north coast. Our hotel in Hartford was away from the city centre but only a 10 minute drive away. Hartford is the Capital of Connecticut and quite large by AUS standards. The following morning we visited Mark Twain's house ( or should I say Samuel Clemens) then hit the road to Springfield via Brattleboro trying to keep off the interstates as much as ...
... we lost each other but I hope we can meet further down the road. I arrived in Burlington, the biggest (and only, as my host informed me) city in Vermont, a state of merely 600,000 people. The city is beautiful with a pedestrian only Main Street that boasts a massive Ben and Jerry's, outdoor exchange, the Vermont flannel company, and a brewpub that carries a beer voted a few years ago to be the best in the world, no ...
... called Alburg which had a fittingly quaint little library. The librarians were kind enough to lend me their computer and a phone from which I contacted a very last minute warmshowers host about ten miles away due to the rain. David was home and invited me to stay in their guesthouse. I had a wonderfully relaxing evening speaking with David ...
... be historic other than the old man on the rocker on the big white porch? By the time you realize it was a historic town and had an interest in knowing why, you were out of it.
We passed by a farm that caught our eye. There were rows and rows of cows. Big ones, medium ones and little ones. It was the little ones that made Elizabeth squeal, "Daddy can we stop??!!" I was the icing. "Yeah, Honey, can we??!!" Yaaayy!
... of fog for much of the morning. When the fog lifted, we found ourselves in Senaca Lake on NY 414. The road is beautiful and is littered with wineries, B&Bs and farm land. It is elevated approximately 1000 to 1500 feet and the view of the lake was to our left all all along the route.
We ran through a town called Lodi. If that is the Lodi that John Fogerty ...
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