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It's been a very busy couple of days, so this is just a short update. We are currently somewhere in Connecticut heading to Acadia NP in Maine. We made it through wet South Carolina with only minor detours. Spend a day exploring Shenandoah NP More to follow later this evening once we arrive in ...
... There is a helmet there that he purchased cheaply in Rome in an antique market, thinking he had found a valuable ancient Roman helmet. He later found out that it was a secondhand fireman's hat. Forevermore he called this his humility helmet. After a lovely lunch and lots of purchases at the gift shop we drive to a nearby Outlet Mall, and bought gifts for grandkids. By this stage we were pooped. Bed ...
... and old movies - that should keep most of my family happy as they read my blog. We were in Walmart this arvo and Graham heard a Mum searching for her child, calling out 'Marco! Marco!' and from a distant aisle came a voice 'Polo'. Irresistible. We are staying at the Sheraton (last minute cheap deal) and it has a mural on the wall showing what Springfield is famous for. Off to the Norman Rockwell museum tomorrow. ...
... It will be bumpy.
I went west past Mad River Glen over the mountain, down 116 and east on 24 past the Middlebury Ski bowl. Lots of Road work made for a less than perfect ride but I enjoyed it.
Back on 100 south I had spent a little too much time zig zaging when"to what to my wandering eyes did appear but a Billowy black cloud and 8 trillion tiny Rain Drops," just south of Killington. I ...
... illustrations. I can remember seeing them in The Saturday Evening Post and Life Magazine when I was just a kid. I even have a Rockwell print hanging in my house. So we decided to go to the museum.
We arrived at the museum just before it opened at 10:00 AM. We decided to do the "award-winning" audio tour, which told the stories of the art. Most of the narration was done by Rockwell's ...