Inn at Shelburne Farms
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... and taste the goodness! I was going to have a cider donut but I didn’t. But I did taste other cider offerings that were really good. You just can’t go wrong with Cider!
We made our way up through Smugglers Notch through Stowe. I think Stowe is my kind of town but we couldn’t really afford to stay there so we are spending the night in Jeffersonville, VT which is at the other end of the 108 from Stowe ...
"Harvest moon" Neil Young
Tuesday 7 October 2014
Like the local maple syrup my sap is falling, driven predominantly by a stinker of a head-cold. Had it now for 3 days and buying suitable medication for the symptoms requires considerable pharmaceutical expertise in the cheap Dollar Stores. I plumped for something that is supposedly the "same" as paracetomol, but it could just as easily be a "horse pill". I am still alive nonetheless.
... City of about 46,000 people, which revolves round a large University.
Today we have gentle rain - a strange phenomenon for us. Perfect timing as we had a leisurely start and after walking through the rather damp Farmers Market in the centre, we found an Irish pub and watched the All Blacks lose to the Springbok. We didn't have any commentary but we did have a Smithwicks in our hands before lunchtime!
Just doesn't get any better than starting your day by going to a Ben & Jerry's factory and tasting ice cream. What a success story. We really enjoyed the tour of the factory. I was surprised to learn they freeze all of the ingredients before they put them in the ice cream. If they would not do that, the items would just blend in with the ice cream. Our sample was a caramel ice cream with caramel and chocolate swirls ...
... church because it was the first church built in Vermont, it was quite similar to the one at Whitby Abbey with individual family pews, only everything was painted white. The services lasted two hours and were twice a day and it was compulsory to attend..... No excuses allowed. There was also a church graveyard that some of the revolutionary founders were buried in (traitorous *******s) also some poet called Robert Frost, I don't know who he was but I did see a chipmunk which was has ...