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Welcome to vrrrmont, it's like brr... but with a v. Vrrrmont. First stop Ben and Jerry's factory in Waterbury! Second... Magic hat brewery in Burlington. It wasn't open for tours on Wednesdays so we just gave ourself a self tour and sampled some beers. Kodi's cousin met us and took us around Church Street in downtown butlington. Since we didn't ...
... the next tour. Info given by tour guide was overwhelming, but we understood his clapping of hands to hurry us up!! Lowering the flag at 5 pm with taps sent chills down our spine. A quick stop at Walmart was needed, but we were always in the wrong lane. Sis Terry text messaged me and wondered why we were going in circles!!! She follows us on Apple's Find a Friends app! Eventually we got back to camp in the dark, but ...
This morning Duff offered Ian the opportunity to go with him n a job to fit a vent pipe. Ian said it was really a 2 man job so it was good he was there. Ian as pleased to go as it gave him an insight into the construction and house building methods in America. So Jesse and I waited at home till he returned, an hour later than anticipated as they had had problems getting the ...
After staying in some dirty, smelly motels along our route so far we checked AirBnB to see if there was anything a little nicer in the Adirondacks for some time away from Interstate roads. We were heading towards Point O Pines, Rachael's camp that I had heard so much about for the past 4 years, and then deeper into the Adirondack state ...
... US highways, as opposed to Interstates is those little country towns. And, the bad thing about those back country roads are the back country towns. Because, you have just left one of those towns, and get up to the highest speed you can go, which is usually 50 or 55 miles an hour, and there is another country town, which again slows you down to 35, or maybe even 25 miles an hour. Those little, quaint rural towns are ...