Travel Blogs from Brattleboro
... looks (hippyish), and demeanor (laid back) . Of course, it could just be me. Oops, I just read that that the Green Mountain Boys, ion August 16, 1777, helped defeat Gen. Burgoyne's army in the Battle of Bennington. Shortly before, Vermont had declared itself a sovereign state, only later joining the new American Republic. So much for "laid back". They still ...
... 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 ...
... him so much my heart feels like it's ripping open, but I've been writing him emails every night and that helps.
It seems like there's so much to do before I leave, but I've been going over that list so many times in my head that I can't really tell what I've already done and still have to do. I guess that's what the internet is for, ...
Brattleboro, VT was a stop for the night, but learned some about the devastation from Hurricane Irene two years ago. The flooded downtown main street ...
... about it too much unless the subject comes up. I have no reason to worry about him falling for someone else, but the thought of other girls flirting with him makes me feel crazy and scared and angry and really sad. I just have to think of it in terms of it being the same length of time as the summer, because we already spent one of those apart and made it. And I will be getting to see him in 24 days and we'll have ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility