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Travel Blogs from Windsor
... time, chatting, picking apples, taking more photos and just generally enjoying each others company.
John prepared a dish called Jambalaya for tea, it's a bit like Paella but is built around some key defining ingredients, sweet peppers (capsicum), mushrooms, celery, onions, prawns, various meats (not beef though) and stock. John whacked in some jalapenos and we were left with a warm feeling in the taste buds and full tummies! ...
... the house with amazing aromas. The MIT was originally built about 150 years ago and added to about 100 years ago. It has an enormous fireplace in the centre which in a former life was part of some industrial steam engine/boiler. It's no longer used but a team of several men, jacking mechanisms and substantial remodelling of the house was necessary to get it in and the similar amounts of effort required to remove it mean that it remains as a ...
... farmhouse built in 1809 and run by our delightful hostess, Donna.
Our first full day here began with a wonderful breakfast, provided by Donna, of fruit, fruit juice, bacon and as many pancakes and maple syrup as we could eat.
With full bellies we headed out with John and Penelope for a guided tour of the area starting with the farm. The farmhouse has the biggest fireplace I have ever seen looking like it is built out of some sort of boiler.
So, after our morning walk to Emerald Lake we headed north and east to Woodstock. Brenda was keen (not VT) to get some real, farm made maple syrup and cheese. We passed about a hundred signs along the way offering each, also fine woodworking and inns of all sorts. We passed Killington, a big ski area. Very cool. This route, Hwy. 4 will be jam packed with ...
... the warmest part of the day is the last couple of hours. By the time we reached Gorham at the top of the White Mountains, the sun came out which made for great riding. Hardly any traffic on the roads as it is low tourist season for the area. When we made it Lincoln, which was our end goal for the day we decided to continue on to a place called Lebanon. Looking at the maps we went route 118 through ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking