Stone's Lodge under Stratton Mtn.
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... 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.
... looks (hippyish), and demeanor (laid back) . Of course, it could just be me. Oops, I just read that that the Green Mountain Boys, ion August 16, 1777, helped defeat Gen. Burgoyne's army in the Battle of Bennington. Shortly before, Vermont had declared itself a sovereign state, only later joining the new American Republic. So much for "laid back". They still ...
... that was around when we were kids. Very fun to walk around.
Today we drove down to Massachusetts to the Yankee Candle Flagship store. We thought it was a factory tour but it turned out to be just a gigantic store. It was fun to walk around but really wanted a factory tour. The prices were pretty high too.
Tomorrow on to Maine. Our campground is only 4 miles from the ocean so really looking forward to that.
... him so much my heart feels like it's ripping open, but I've been writing him emails every night and that helps.
It seems like there's so much to do before I leave, but I've been going over that list so many times in my head that I can't really tell what I've already done and still have to do. I guess that's what the internet is for, ...
... its historic covered bridges during Irene, having only around 18 left.
We followed a rocky stream that I loved and took numerous pictures of.