Old Red Mill
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After all the war venues we've been through lately it's nice to arrive in peaceful Vermont. The only fighting I expect to encounter is over which grade of maple syrup to get. We start off with Bennington an eminently civilized town. Home to Robert Frost in the '20s, Grandma Moses and Hemmings Magazine now. (Car stuff, ya know). The folks here seem different, in ...
... site with no sewer so on the way out we had to go to their dump station which overflowed while we were emptying. Not a good ending to New York.
We did have a good drive to Vermont, going through Massachusetts along the way. Getting used to toll roads although is still urks us that you have to pay to drive on an interstate. I have always wanted to see Vermont and was really excited to get here. The KOA is good as ...
... lot different than actually using it for life. I guess I have the whole American university thing to fall back on if I get really scared.
Andrew seems to be doing okay in Denmark. Sounds like he's a little lonely, but he's been pretty busy and his host family has been nice and welcoming and stable, so I'm thankful for that. Sometimes ...
... was the picture that was played by the media documenting the flooding and destruction of the town. Everything has been repaired and the town is thriving. VT lost ...
... time. I don't mean to make light of the disorder, but this might be what PTSD feels like a little. I am so nervous and so scared. I just have to keep in mind that I'm his first love and that is something you don't **** with, if it's a good experience/relationship. My first thing I want to forget, and I do. I think of everything before Andrew as nonexistent because nothing mattered before him.
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