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... our next door neighbor got on the train in our car in Philadelphia. Don't ever try to run away from home or have an affair on a train. You are highly likely to meet your best friend or neighbor or relative or so it seems.
And now, the trip is done. The sand is far away. We are deeply immersed in the fun and games of Fat Toad Farm but thankful to everyone that made this trip possible and a special thanks to LaDawn and Proctor for their most excellent ...
... view from the top looked down on the city of Ticonderoga, lying in the Lake Champlain river valley. Beyond Lake Champlain was Vermont's Western border, backdropped by the Green Mountains, colored gray by the storm overhead.
I freaked out as I started my steep, harrowing descent. Even though I was squeezing my brake levers with all of my might, I could not ...
Vermont is so beautiful. Very green, lots of water, streams, ponds, rivers. Moss, ferns, lilac bushes and violets! Plenty of artists, and interesting folks.
Yesterday I spent the day with the Mother of friends of John & Galen. We went to her Stitch & ***** Knitting Group at the Knitting Studio in Montpelier, which is about 20 minutes away and ate lunch at the local Co-Op. ...
... green hills rather than soaring peaks with highest elevations in the Green Mountains considerably lower than those in New York’s Adirondacks or New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Montpelier is an attractive little town, but I didn’t spend enough time exploring it beyond the State House to do it justice. It was just too hot a day to spend much time outdoors walking ...
... on the factory tour of the ice cream plant and got a few free tastings at the end, designed to whet everyone’s appetite for more at the ice cream shop on premises. I was a hot day so I dedicate myself to getting fat and lazy eating Ben and Jerry’s ice cream instead of hiking up Mount Mansfield. Ben & Jerry’s may have sold out to Unilever, a massive Anglo-Dutch corporation, in 2000 but their ice cream still tastes just as ...