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Day 49. Vermont The first stop today was Fort Adams - not that was saw a great deal of the fort. It was bucketing down, windy and so cold, the walk to the visitors centre was enough to send us back to the warmth of our car. A drive around the foreshore and the mansions, or should I say mini castles - about 50 of them - Newport is money, money, money. We then headed through Rhode Island, Connetticut, and Massachusetts to South Deerfield - a very small town north of ...
... believe this. He has been fishing since he was 8 years old and showed a grace on the water that went way beyond his years.
We worked hard - nowhere to hide in a small group of 3. Our final session was on the Battenkill River - the spiritual home of New England fly fishing. The weather was not kind - very wet and misty. None of us caught any fish but a good time was had by all. And yes, I did "get it"!
... those times when you go for it because this confluence of paintings all in one place may never happen again. This Van Gogh and Nature exhibit features nearly fifty paintings and drawings from thirty museums and private collections around the world. And Van Gogh is one of my most favorite artists! So how could we not go!
No photography was allowed – but interesting enough is that if you want to ...
... We settled at the Rest & Next Campground which was a bit disappointing. Although we had an ok site, the campground itself was a bit run down. Not that we watch much TV, but we only got 1 channel on their so-called 'free' cable and Wi-Fi while advertised as 'free wi-fi', was non-existent. The only good thing was a huge play area for Sandy to run around. We had some terrible thunder storms while we were here which made a mess of ...
... The trail itself, about 63 miles, travels through the scenic wilderness of the Berkshire Hills and the seasonal beauty of the Connecticut Valley. There is a wealth of outdoor activities; kayaking, rafting, mountain biking, zip lining and mountain coasting, wonderful for those "younger" adventurers. Well stick to the sightseeing! In Charlemont, we traveled over the Indian Bridge to see the "Hail to the Sunrise" Monument. The bronze statue, made in 1932, is the ...
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