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... last eight years,
usually purchasing a share in seasonal house rental. The one he’s in now he
calls Sasquatch Lodge, identified from the ski trail by the Sasquatch sign
nailed to a tree. You always know there’s a party going on where you see a Sasquatch
TO someone who has mostly skied in the West, eastern ski
conditions usually leave much to be desired. The usual winter pattern in the
East is warming before precipitation followed by ...
The aim today was to drive to the Green Mountains in Vermont - the **** sat nav we've hired likes to take us on long routes so today's drive was 6 hours long! This included driving the length of Manhattan in rush hour in heavy rain and getting lost in a car park. Luckily ...
... lots of crepe choices, too, but I didn't count. John and I had buffalo chicken soup and split a turkey sandwich with apples and cranberries. All delicious! We meandered through the main street, browsing in a couple of stores but bought only a few post cards.
... Sunderland and Manchester, not to mention Dorset too! It was a scenic route with swathes of forested slopes on either side in the now familiar shades of fading green, brown, yellow and red. Pleasing to the eye.
Arlington offered a pitstop to view the Norman Rockwell Exhibition (Sue n Adrian!). No originals in sight, but lots of reproductions of works Rockwell had produced using Arlington family and friends. Then on to Manchester, not via the Snake or ...
... So we organised everything, and I made a box full of presents that I planned to send home (since my suitcase is already at a bulge and we're only 2 weeks in).
We then decided to hit up the Rutland State Fair that had its opening night tonight, conveniently just down the road from where we were staying. Now for a country town fair, it was actually pretty fun. There were petting zoos, shop stalls, food stalls, rides; about the only ...