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Travel Blogs from Plymouth
So we left VT this morning from the Quechee Gorge State Park, a mildly interesting gouge in the earth. Beautiful of course, it's VT after all. And we breakfasted at a wonderful bakery/cafe called the Trap Door. Artisans with pastry, yum. We indulged after a refreshing run down to the gorge and back up, then to the dam and lake behind it . Now we are ensconced in ...
The loon was VERY unhappy that the bald eagle was hanging out in our pine tree. Luckily, the loon chicks are old enough now that they don't have to worry about the eagle. This eagle hung out for a long time, and wasn't bothered by us or the dogs. It's ...
Hallo ihr Lieben,
ich teile mit euch ein paar Eindruecke von einem meiner Lieblingsplaetze hier in der naeheren Umgebung.
Diesmal nur kurz, denn das Wetter ist makellos, also muss ich wieder los - ihr wisst ja, die Berge rufen und ich muss rauf!
... are starting to change their color, it seems like I arrived just in time for the start of the Fall Foliage.
At this point I am not very active, but I still have enough time for exploring maybe even new areas. So far I only traveled in the area around North Woodstock, but you know me, it won't take long and I'm on the road again for many hours.
Hope all is well with you!
... mosquitoes had me for lunch, but more than a couple paid dearly with their lives! I didn't care, the hike was so beautiful and remote and mostly private, except for a couple other people I occasionally ran into on the trail. I am amazed here how the trees grow right on top of rocks...they just seem to engulf the rock with their roots. The hike was supposed to be a mile and three quarter loop trail. Let me tell you something, when you see ...