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... was nice to look out over a field with all different varieties of wildflowers blowing in the breeze.
Our next stop was the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory where we toured the factory and saw how they make their jointed Teddy Bears. This was a fun stop and we were able to pick out Teddy Bears for each of our girls however because of the cost of them they are only going to get them in pictures.
Next we went to the town ...
Burlington is the biggest city in one of the smallest states. I have never before been to Burlington but considered it high on my list of places to visit because of its reputation as a pleasant college town with a high "livability" index. After spending the day in Shelburne went into Burlington for the evening for dinner and a few beers at a brewpub and strolled around. I really ...
I've heard about Shelburne over the years but wasn’t exactly clear on what it is until I started doing some research for this trip. At that point I figured out there are actually two different attractions in the one little town, the Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms, which had previously been combined in my mind as just something called "Shelburne…….".
Shelburne Museum is an open-air museum of art, ...
Down at the dockside for 9:30 this morning to catch the first Lake Champlain tour boat. It was quite a grey and cool start to the day as well so we were more wrapped up than we've been all holiday so far when we boarded the Spirit of Ethan Allen III - alas we were joined by a couple of coach parties of American geriatrics. Sigh; there's nothing more depressing than a load of over-cheerful Yankee wrinklies first thing ...
... Nanci Griffith
Writing to you tonight from Plattsburgh, NY just a few miles shy of Canada. We went through the Adirondack Mountains today and they are beautiful. Want to bring the Mrs back here for sure.
The day started out a bit on the chilly side. 48 degrees when we left Altoona, PA. We made it to New York in no time at all but ran into ...