Red Sleigh Inn
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... can share with my students. There was a short video that I'd like to show in my Small Business Management class, followed by a birds-eye view of the factory floor where they were actively making ice cream. Then of course, everyone's favorite part -- the tasting! Contrary to popular belief, you don't just get to sample as many different flavors as you want. The scoop out portions of one flavor and everyone gets one. ...
... one car at a time. This made for some nerve testing moments, especially since this is the only road up/down the mountain!
Imagine two cars passing with a fraction of an inch between their side mirrors and a steep drop down with no barrier at the edge of the road! But don't let that scare you!
If you get the chance to take the road to the top by all means do it! The views are breath-taking and will afford everyone a zen-like experience.
Once at the top, ...
... Neil posited, a hike should include the potential for getting lost and requiring professional rescue, either on foot, by ATV or chopper. On this basis, ‘hike’ seemed an appropriate label for our efforts.
We stopped to buy a big juicy steak to go with a nice bottle of red that had travelled with us from England. Arriving back at the hostel, there were a couple of other guests using the kitchen, including Chris, a bit of a hardcore hiker, ...
... people in the diner each had huge meals and an enormous bowl of chips with the required bottle of pop. To say obesity in this neck of the woods is rampant is an understatement. Billy-Bob also had a bit of a weight problem and we could see where all his profits were going. He was also wearing his best tracks-dacks and as he had this huge belly they didn't go as high as they should. He would have made any Aussie tradie proud when he bent over.
Rosie's next find was ...
Courtesy of Kristen, she and I spent the day in a class at King Arthur Flour about an hour + from Lincoln to learn how to bake 'beautiful baguettes'. What fun and so much to learn (for me!). Had lunch in their cafeteria..yummy soup... Then we shopped a little in their gift shop. Guys were busy too....golfed 18 holes for the day. Came home, picked up some dinner food and made pasta with salad and TONS of baguettes. I think we ate almost all 10 of them in 2 ...