Inn at Crumpin-Fox
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in Brooklyn. We drove south this morning, following the Connecticut River Byway most of the way. The weather was fittingly gloomy all day. However, tonight is game 7 of the World Series, every single day of this trip has been amazing and it will be good to sleep in my own bed.
Makes me wanna take a back road...get lost, get right with my soul
-Rodney Atkins, Back Road
... nope. I watched them for a few minutes and realized that the enterprising duo was taking their own wedding photos using the delay on the camera. The groom would stand in the spot and the bride would run up and focus, then run back down to him and they would hold a pose until the shot was taken. I was very impressed.
Evening found us in Sheffield, MA at a lovely B&B called the Staveleigh House. It was so ...
... the way. The trail down was 2 miles but it was probably more like 2.5miles from all the twisting and turning we did to take the easiest path. There is nothing scarier then hearing the sound of a slipping shoe from behind you at the top of a mountain. Thank goodness Chris and I have strong flexible ankles because we both almost fell a few times. I did fall once and landed funny on my arm but it was fine after 5 minutes so phew! We were very careful and took ...
... we walked through the town, across the Green and through a covered bridge to start our hike. We followed the wide and easy carriage trails for a while then veered off onto the aptly named Precipice Walk. Well, there was a bit of a drop on one side, but hardly 'hold your breath' stuff. The final section did require some huffing and puffing and presented us with a splendid view of trees. A short descent to the southern mount, however, offered good views onto ...
... there is a tremendous rush of water that starts to push up against their natural flow. The result is a fairly large wave that rushes up the river and it is often high enough for surfers to ride it. Apparently one Australian surfer purportedly rode the wave for 11 km up the river. Today there were two surfers but one fell fairly quickly and the other went about 1 km. The town has even built a seated viewing area for ...