Lodge at Jackson Village
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Tuesday 21st July
We got up early so we could beat the heat and the other tourists to Diana's Bath / Waterfalls,
It was ...
... with the group at Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Had a nice lunch there and checked out the shop. Then we headed a few miles away to Ben and Jerry's!
The tour of Ben and Jerry's ice cream factory near Burlington, VT was fantastic. Very informative; we got to see a lot of great marketing and business ideas from a company that's been doing things right for over 40 years. The business teacher in me got a lot out of it ...
... one car at a time. This made for some nerve testing moments, especially since this is the only road up/down the mountain!
Imagine two cars passing with a fraction of an inch between their side mirrors and a steep drop down with no barrier at the edge of the road! But don't let that scare you!
If you get the chance to take the road to the top by all means do it! The views are breath-taking and will afford everyone a zen-like experience.
Once at the top, ...
... researched and various other admin tasks completed, while also playing the ever-present Scrabble app for iPhone. We finally crashed at 4am!
Despite the rather late finish, we were up and out by 10 and making our way through the White Mountains National Park and then the sparsely-populated but beautiful state of Vermont. Our route took us alongside stunning mountains with ski fields and gorgeous mountain streams as we headed for the Canadian border. Next stop ...
... for Sioux but it came out to the tune Gigi. Sioux then asked the waiter for a bubbly water and he looked shocked and said we don't sell water with bubbles but he'd check anyway. Now I now know what Sugarfoot felt like when he'd ask for a Sarsaparilla. (Anyone under 55 best Google it). He came back straight away with bubbly water in hand explaining that it's new since last week. I was a bit worried I'd have to fight our way through the car park if any of the locals found out ...