Three Stallion Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tonight is the winter solstice. Today is the shortest day of the year. Yesterday, the sun appeared for the first time in 10 days. Everyone I meet talks about the darkness this time of year.
We all need coping strategies for difficult times in our lives. Whether our stress derives from our work, our busy schedules, relationship changes, aging, illness or death of a beloved family member, facing a challenging illness as I am now, or simply the ...
... see me around, please greet me with an "elbow bump" or a "virtual hug" instead of a handshake, kiss or hug.
Thanksgiving week: Fall has quickly turned to winter in New Hampshire. We already have a foot of snow. Lynn left to meet Elana and friends in the Chicago/Michigan area. After much debate Mark and I decided on a quiet Thanksgiving at home with home-cooked turkey. It was quite a bit of work to cook for just the two of us & we ...
... centre on the interstate.
At this point, we got out the map and decided our route for the final leg of this road trip. Heading back to the car, however, Andrew turns to me and says "you have my wallet, don't you?"....ummmmm, No.
Panic Panic Panic....we emptied the car, searched everywhere. The last known use was at the car park in Mont Royal. Oh NOOOO!!! The stress was so high that Andrew was about to pass out. Everything was in that wallet. ...
... culture around us. We expected bigger for the 'capital', however the architecture is grand and the homes are all unique and large. Where in Maine the homes are timber mainly, here is a lot more brick and stone masonry, pillars etc.
As we wandered back to our accommodation from town we noticed the doorways as having character and being lit in a welcoming way, as well as more halloween decorated yards and doorways. It warranted a ...
... highways informing motorists of "Texting Zones," pullout areas where drivers can stop to use their mobile devices safely. This is a New York initiative to reduce distracted driving. What a great idea!
Our tour guide told us that the gorgeous Adirondack region is 6 million acres of protected land, the largest, by far, in the contiguous United States. We surely ...