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Her view of the week-end:
We woke late Saturday after a very full week. We were looking forward to an afternoon balloon ride to view the fabled Autumn leaves from above. Sadly, this was not to be. The heavy winds of the past week had halted all balloon flights - and ours was no exception. It was rescheduled for Monday, at 6am. Not looking forward ...
Wednesday September 30
His take on the day:
Oh, dear, it is pouring!
Her view of events:
Everywhere we go, people make comments about our Minnesota rental car number plates. They are even more confused when we open our mouths to give our answer. Most often we are thought to be British and are given profuse apologies when they find we are Australian. Few of us go to the Outer Banks and not many more come here to Vermont. ...
... even searched for appropriate buildings to house the collections and had them dismantled and moved to the location.
The first building had a furniture collection and the next contained American art. Dave commented, "I feel like we are at the Antiques Road Show without the lines of people."
The last exhibit we visited was some of the rooms in Electra’s ...
... and some good eateries, and best of all, quilt shops. We watched the sunset over Lake Champlain and of course, ate some Ben & Jerry’s in the town where they got their start.
The Shelburne Museum is quite something to see, spread over 45 acres, it holds a number of historic buildings from all around Vermont. There was a round barn, a lighthouse, a number of old farm buildings, a couple ...
... hills with forest as far as the eyes
can see frame idyllic towns. We sample a Vermont local speciality
from a roadside seller the maple creamee. Fresh ice cream made from
local cows milk and Vermont maple syrup, delicious. After driving
through sleepy Montpelier, the only state capitol without a
MacDonalds, we visit the Ben and Jerry's factory how are originally
from Vermont. ...