Travel Blogs from Montpelier
Getting together with a dear friend is so special. Kate showed me around town, wined and dined me and hiked my legs off (and Charlie's) in the wooded park up the hill from Main Street.
Montpelier is a dog friendly town and Charlie got to lick up fallen crumbs as we ate lunch at the Skinny Pancake - a crepe place with wonderful crepes. Kate …
How glorious to get off the toll road. I wound through the wonderful Adirondack Nat'l Forest Area and marvelous little towns. The funny thing about this drive were the signs saying "Moose Crossing" and a couple of "Bear Crossing". The road was up high and often flanked by rock sides. I had a hard time imaging either animal making it up to the road …
Today was a catch your breath and take stock day. We were met at our lodgings by Penelope who gave us each a copy of her book of short stories. We chatted for a while and then adjourned to their place for one of John's culinary treats, crepes with coconut milk and other secret ingredients (not to mention one of Vermont's claims to fame, fine maple syrup!) with slabs of smoked bacon, washed down by cappuccinos. It's a hard life having a ...
... really friendly and approachable as well as being quick with a laugh. This we soon found was the norm in these parts! Penelope drove us to a local covered bridge, these are a feature of the area and are designed to remain open in times of heavy snow. The trees here, which are a national attraction as they turn with beautiful "fall" colours, have only just started to change colour but created a quite lovely scene at the site of the bridge as well as in ...
We had a good week with Mom, Dad the boys princess and Grandma and Grandpa.
When the motor home arrived and drove up on Camp Rd., all we could say is man is that thing HUGE. Grandpa stayed up the road and the little guys slept over they had fun playing legos in ...
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