The Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... sounds like it is about to fall on us.......hopefully it hits it mark, and takes me out quick. But, knowing my luck, it will tear through the tent, stick me through the chest, pin me to the ground.......and then I have to suffer through those damned mosquitos!........hundreds of them................well, off to sleep, sweet dreams ya'll :) Wednesday, July 23 2014 Up early, and made good miles - we saw a few beavers in the pond, that was the most wildlife we had seen in a ...
I’m laughing at myself as I feel the sore inner thigh muscle I slightly pulled in Jill’s Wednesday AM yoga class this morning. We did a hamstring class that built up to Hanuman, the Monkey God pose, aka a split. I could not get near a split as a child and I was surprised at where my body went today. Pain is not always a bad thing. I came by this nagging thigh muscle very honestly. It makes me smile.
On Sunday, at ...
... and active “vacation” day together. Noah wanted "American Chinese" for lunch. We played golf at Twin Lakes on Little Lake Sunapee and went to Dairy Twirl on the way home. Thank you Bruria for the delicious soup for dinner. I was way too tired to cook. On Friday, Jill’s therapeutic “Gentle Yoga” class at AHA gave me a boost. But by today, Saturday, i am realizing that my activity level ...
We are spending the day in Whitehall. We want to do some boat chores then tour the Skene Manor, a Victorian manor built in 1874 that is undergoing renovation.
Whitehall's claim to fame is that in 1775 Benedict Arnold commandeered a schooner owned by Philip Skene (owner of the aformentioned manor) which became the first ship of the American Navy. ...
It rained buckets last night! But the morning dawned clear so we fired up the diesels and headed south down Lake Champlain. On our right we passed Fort Ticonderoga. On our left were the Green Mountains of Vermont. The farther south ...