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... I found myself wondering why a high powered rifle, telescopic sights and human intelligence isn't enough.
The local supermarket, much like Woolies or Coles, had a wider range of baked goods in some ways than we have, also sold alcohol on shelves in the main supermarket like Tesco did in Scotland and had an in-store Pharmacy. We returned and had corn on the cob as fresh as it gets and spent the afternoon engaged in spending ...
... really friendly and approachable as well as being quick with a laugh. This we soon found was the norm in these parts! Penelope drove us to a local covered bridge, these are a feature of the area and are designed to remain open in times of heavy snow. The trees here, which are a national attraction as they turn with beautiful "fall" colours, have only just started to change colour but created a quite lovely scene at the site of the bridge as well as in ...
... farming and forest but really mainly forest. Had morning tea/lunch at Stowe and for the first time an Australian type coffee. We drove over the White mountains on what the map showed as a dirt track but turned out to be something more a kin to the New England highway at home, even their worst roads are about the standard of our best. Accommodation at North Conway is a B&B, lovely and an Irish Pub next door, just ...
Motorcycle: 175 miles, Stowe, VT to Monmouth Maine It's cloudy, but we are dry this morning. We take our coffee and walk downtown. A stop by a Jerky boutique and we learn more than we thought you could about beef jerky. The gourmet jerky is not like the leather you buy in most stores. Mark chats up the own Anthony and ends up with a sample of the good stuff. We walk away with a new appreciation for the product. The ride through the New England mountains is ...
... We decided on a campground near Killington VT and stocked up on supplies before the climb to the campground, which was nearly as difficult as the pass. It was late in the day, and we were all weighed down with food, so we didn't roll into camp until nearly 7pm, and by that time when we heard they offered cabins for little more than a campsite, we took it. A fire and some drinks rounded off another short, but atypically difficult day. Middlebury VT > Killington VT, 45 miles, day ...
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