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... not sure why these small towns exist. We are here because they have a motel - admittedly it is not in the town, if you can call it a town centre. However next to the motel there is a Yankee Candle - it is huge - a candle, Christmas, homeware store - they give you a map to find your way around. They even have a restaurant and that is where we had diner - it was great food - they had jazz musicians - and we even received a candle - what more could you want. Mileage: 165 ...
... believe this. He has been fishing since he was 8 years old and showed a grace on the water that went way beyond his years.
We worked hard - nowhere to hide in a small group of 3. Our final session was on the Battenkill River - the spiritual home of New England fly fishing. The weather was not kind - very wet and misty. None of us caught any fish but a good time was had by all. And yes, I did "get it"!
... most prominent images you can download a multimedia guide to your smartphone or ipad using using iTunes or Google Play. If you are interested, do this before the exhibition closes on September 13, 2015. The commentary is really good.
A few of our favorite paintings in the exhibit are in the photos below.
As an extra bonus, Whistler’s Mother was on loan from the Musee d’Orsay in ...
Hi All.........we are all doing great and just can't believe how quickly the summer has gone by. It is so true what they say......the older you get, the faster the time passes. Being retired really gets you to take in all the beauty that surrounds us and enjoy the finer things in life. One thing for sure...we definitely have to go on a diet---even Sandy.
We left Bar Harbor, ME on 8/6. We travelled thru the White Mountains of ...
The Mohawk Trail is an ancient trade and travel byway between the Connecticut and Hudson River Valleys that was created by the native American people of the northeast. When European settlers came, thousands of years later, the trail was used for travel between the English settlements of Deerfield and the Dutch settlements of New York. The white settlers and traders brought with them the horse and the wheel, neither known to the native Americans, as the European expansion ...