Travel Blogs from Stratton Mountain
... Vermont and visited Woodstock a very neat town with heaps of beautiful old buildings. We also visited Billings Farm and Museum, a living museum of Vermont's rural past as well as a working dairy farm.
We then set out for Ludlow and got caught in a storm for a while. It was very windy and the rain came in sheets. Mike did well to keep the coach on the road.
We stayed at the Jackson Gore Hotel, a ski resort for the Okema ski field. Very nice hotel.
... at preserving different homes through each generation of history since the late 1600's. Each home told the history of this neighborhood within the context of American history during that period. The second oldest structure in the state of New Hampshire, built in 1695, sits in the middle of this neighborhood. After finishing our trek through the history of New Hampshire we set forth to begin exploring all that the Maine coast had to offer.
... time in Salem Massachusetts to crush grapes for wine making! Sounds like fun. I am excited for this... on Sunday Zach maybe leaving to drive down to Blacksburg for a week and that means the next week for me will most likely be spent packing, preparing, and everything else that needs to happen.
Again please send good vibes for my Grandmother Katy's health. I love her so much and was glad I was able to see her in Charleston when we ...
... to call into. It sold a lot of novelty giftware, which had us all in stitches from laughing so much.
All round great day, getting to see so much and everything so different to home.
One thing that we have noticed is all the houses don't have fences which is so different to home. And yes, Dave and I are still having trouble with the concept of driving on the other side of the road and stepping out on the road and looking in the wrong direction. I ...
... washed down with a Vermont apple cider.
Day two in Shrewsbury was a little more laid back. Into Rutland we headed for supplies returning home by a different route to see more of the countryside. Yummy corn on the cob was for lunch followed by a restful afternoon around the farm, including the picking of apples for the up-coming cider brewing.
We finished the day with another marvellous feast prepared by John. A good time was had by all.