Cortina Inn and Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... So we organised everything, and I made a box full of presents that I planned to send home (since my suitcase is already at a bulge and we're only 2 weeks in).
We then decided to hit up the Rutland State Fair that had its opening night tonight, conveniently just down the road from where we were staying. Now for a country town fair, it was actually pretty fun. There were petting zoos, shop stalls, food stalls, rides; about the only ...
Three roosters started crowing at around 5am and continued past 6:30am when I gave up tuning them out. One must have a sore throat, because his vocals would cut out in mid crow and come back at the end. Cockadoo....ledoo. He couldn't hit the high note. I met Wayne and Dave, two cyclists from Canada who were doing the Green Mountain Loop route. We stopped on the road ...
... and then after crossing to the other side of the highway, the Diamond Run Mall. It was here that we found our very first JCPenney (not as good as Ellen DeGeneres makes it out to be), and also our first Sears (this was worth the walk). After a little shopping for Jess and a little bit more shopping for me, we decided to head back; that, and there were storm clouds rolling in.
We headed back via an Aldi (also a novelty for us West Australian folk), and bought ...
... plaza shopping centre were we (mainly me :P), did a spot of shopping, and we had our first encounter with a real, live, Walmart.
We headed back to our hotel for another little spot of napping, and decided that heading ourt for dinner was too much of a struggle. Pizza Hut on the other hand, sounded like a much better idea, so we got that delivered to our room instead. Pizza, garlic bread, ...
... but truly breath taking. I wish I was here one month later to see the leaves change, but it's pretty while it's green too. I felt a burden lift as I got further from the ferry. I went over a mountain called Bread Loaf today. Fitting with its name, the beginning was super steep, the middle had gentle rolling hills following a river, and the end was a nice 12% grade down. If I could imagine riding the length of a loaf of bread, that was today. It was ...