Stockbridge Country Inn
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... my opinion so far). Also, smaller pack on the GS. I felt really good until about 650 miles. Now enjoying some Pasta Primavera mountain house in the hotel room with a titanium spork (there's a bear somewhere outside) and trying to rehydrate for tomorrow. Thinking that I have a particular skill for picking two points on a map, then linking up all the squiggles of roads to get from one place to the other. If I was going to superslab the whole thing, then why not just ...
Well, last minute craziness of trying to work, finish cleaning the house, double checking that packed everything will need, and triple checking that very thing all set with the pets and instructions, etc. for the pet sitters. Will really miss Milo and Reese's and hope they will be OK. Left for Albany around 5pm, after a brief stop at Dunkin Donuts to get coffee as no coffee all day as out of milk. Most of the trip so far has been in the pouring rain. Hoping ...
... children and use the climbing wall and high ropes equipment; and are busy teaching and organising activities all day errr day. The weather has been crazy... hitting 90 degrees one day and having hurricane warnings the next. We are currently enjoying our second bottle of wine and enjoying our 24 hours of peace before we have to come back to ...
... Elijah to go to sleep prior to arriving because he was so fired up (and insistent) to see the Welcome to Massachusetts sign. Finally, around 10:45pm he fell asleep but we pulled over at the sign a little over midnight and I roused him to look out the window and see it. He said, "I'm alive!" and promptly fell back into a deep sleep.
What could be better than to open the RV doors Saturday morning to a quiet, sunny day with the birds chirping and see ...
... that had out of state registration plates. We followed a couple of rivers through the country side. It was just gorgeous out there. We made the Gorge at about 11 and spent an hour wandering the trails down through the gorge to the river, and up to the top of the dam wall. An hour well spent. As we got back to the car, the weather turned from the beautiful clear morning, to the first spits of rain, so we timed that well. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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