Red Fox Inn
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... 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"!
... to sit and chill out. We went for a walk through the woods to the lake, realising we had our sandles on and would never have dared such a walk in Australia with all those 'things' that might get us. We saw a few squirrels and a cute little chipmunk. Surprise find - chipmunks make a lot of noise in a quiet forest. They could be mistaken for a bear Traveller's tip - go to Brattleboro and stay 40 Putney Road for a day or two to ...
... t completely missed the fall leaves turning on the trees and the Green Mountains are beautiful because of it. I got very excited over some covered bridges in Bennington, we ate dirty food in a redneck diner and some not so great Mexican food in Manchester Center. So far so ...
... the environs. The walk down via the Faulkner Trail was longer and in essence harder as it involved much zigzagging across the beautifully wooded slopes. It was a relief to be out in the open air with only the occasional chipmunk for company.
A return into a "rammed" Woodstock (holiday and weekend New Yorkers) and a flying supermarket trip to stock up on an easy lunch. As luck would have it (?), there was a laundromat right by our car park, so we ...
... to see some of Watertown, NY, before heading east and south to Vermont. It is a lovely town with beautiful churches and charming old homes and right along the Black River. Our journey would take us through Rockwellian small towns and pastoral land dotted with cornfields and pumpkin patches and even scented by skunk at one point. The trees were showing off their autumn ...