Lancaster Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... who went to Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, many, many years ago. The town is very small but the college has almost as many people as the town. The word about this college is they had 1115 students apply for admission and 1100 were accepted. Can only imagine why 15 weren't:)) It really is a beautiful campus on top of a hill. So most of the pictures are for my friend to see her campus that she hasn't been ...
... to finally find one around 9pm. Good news is that we have a huge room (plenty of bonding in the car today), and there is a great saltwater pool. Kids took a swim and we ordered pizza. Hope to get a good nights rest and then tomorrow, who ...
... Alpine Valley campground at 7 pm and managed to pitch our tents before dark. We had a lovely meal at the restaurant. I had baked salmon and it was delicious as were the vegetables and salad. Now I need to go into food coma before morning comes.
I just had to come back to this date and put further comments on how lovely and delightful our stay was at the campground. They do not yet have a website so here is the information for your address book if ...
... and take a break from hiking for one of the first times. Kick off the shoes! …Kelsey worked on a tan as I took a relatively quick swim in the cold mountain water.
We needed to stop off in a local town for a couple amenities before returning back to camp. That turned into an expedition of getting lost into some back roads of New Hampshire. While somewhat planning on being lost on back roads at some point, we were actually looking ...
We transitioned from Hinsdale, NH to St. Johnsbury, VT today.
We had heard that the area was experiencing high pollen (guessing it is pine pollen). We noted at the last couple of parks that the coach and Jeep were covered in a yellow dust. However, as we drove north, the wind picked up, we were amazed at the pollen "dust" clouds that were stirred up with the wind! ...