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The happiest creatures here were the birds and Stephen and I spent some time watching their breakfasting antics. Seafood was definitely on the menu! The seagulls-which are twice the size of Aussie seagulls- would get a clam from the ocean, fly up with it and then drop it from a height, before descending directly down like a parachute ...
... I have a second stomach for desserts! The show was hilarious; we both really loved it. Here’s the official blurb:
“Winner of the TONYŽ “TRIPLE CROWN” for BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE and BEST BOOK, AVENUE Q is part flesh, part felt and packed with heart. Don't miss out to see this long-running Broadway hit! (“Part flesh, part felt” refers to the fact that you see the actors holding onto puppets.)
AVENUE Q is a ...
... that night at Roots Restaurant in Rutland and it was very good. 384 msf.
Day #2: Caramelized Puffalump
This day was also overcast, but tolerable with nice Vermont air to breathe. We went picking apples at Champlain Orc********ly $5 for a huge bag) and bought some hard cider there. We also found out here about the winery stamps and got our first of many. On the way up to our other Best Western in Waterbury, we stopped at ...
... after just coming back from Spain so I did not have much to play with. We found delicious giant pizza slices though, right on the board walk. I would return just for that pizza... We did go to the beach this time. It was not exactly the cleanest or most lovely but it was still a relaxing pass ...
... my way back down to AC with Nick for Cody's bachelor weekend along with a bunch of Gups and we had another very entertaining weekend. Highlights included discovering a Jason Aldean/Florida-Georgia Line concert in town and getting tickets as well as an after-midnight dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe afterwards. All in all both trips were lots of fun and we all made a lot of memories ...