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... Vermont and visited Woodstock a very neat town with heaps of beautiful old buildings. We also visited Billings Farm and Museum, a living museum of Vermont's rural past as well as a working dairy farm.
We then set out for Ludlow and got caught in a storm for a while. It was very windy and the rain came in sheets. Mike did well to keep the coach on the road.
We stayed at the Jackson Gore Hotel, a ski resort for the Okema ski field. Very nice hotel.
... in the Indian summer currently keeping Vermont in warm weather. BBQ baby back ribs a couple of glasses of California Pinot Noir managed to shine up our environmental experience quite nicely and like the family of Aussies we are we exuberantly filled the stting room of our Inn with our presence on our return to play monopoly, read our work emails and update the blog until they closed the bar and told us to turn off the lights when we wanted to head ...
... Coats were coming (while he was wrong and they weren't yet on the move, they still like to claim it as an important moment in history). Being a relatively poor and slow growing town throughout history, Portsmouth has been able to preserve much of its history. The highlight of our trip to Portsmouth was a tour through Strawberry Banke. This unique living museum is the oldest settled neighborhood in New Hampshire. They have gone to ...
... different to back home. From the Bennington Monument, we did a little bit of souvenir shopping at a gorgeous little shop and then after Cath did a bit of an illegal turn we headed down the road to some covered bridges. These bridges reminded us so much of the Bridges of Madison County. So much so I was waiting for Clint Eastwood to come and sweep me off my feet!
On the way back to Niskayuna, we called into a shop that Cath had always driven passed and ...
... got to meet Lacey, the cat (or rather, "Mr Lacey"). Mr Lacey was taken in by J & P about three years ago when he wandered out of the forest. He is a little skittish with strangers but with time he seemed to thaw out and allow us to scratch his back and, sort of, make friends.
Some half a dozen or so horses graze on the property and there are many wild apple trees and a pear tree growing near the house. Apples from these trees are to be picked to make ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed