Travel Blogs from Isle La Motte
It was 34 degrees Fahrenheit as I headed toward the airport through a mixture of rain and snow. This weather, although typical of early spring here in Vermont, is vastly different from what is experienced in the region of my final destination. After 2 days of travel that ...
The birds were chirping and the sun shining bright waking us up early to enjoy our last day in Vermont. Today we headed to the Chocolate Factory depot and Danforth Pewter warehouse in Stowe. A few new flavours to tempt our taste buds. The Brown Family chocolates are all hand made and with the a wide variety of cocoa from around the world. We picked up an 80% dark chocolate blend from Africa for JC and a ...
... jeans back in the day.... Tonight we are in Plattsburgh, a little town right on the northern lakes of New York. Not a lot to report about Plattsburgh, but they have a lot of dog poop in their parks which has proven to be a hazard. Tomorrow it's a short ferry ride to Grand Isle and then across to Burlington in Vermont before arriving at the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. Will keep you posted, Bec ...
... We were the only boat in the lock so we tied up at the back. That made it a bit smoother but as you can see by the photo, the water was pretty wild. The process smoothed out after the first 3 locks and the last one, Lock 9, was such a small lift that we hardly realized we were being raised. It was a relief to get through the last of the 104 locks on "Part 1" of our cruise. Next year we will add to the total ...
... It was great to be back, share some memories and visit places where we used to go.
Only disappointment was that there was no snow which is very unusual, it was more Spring-like weather, very strange :S
Hopefully the next reunion won't take 15 years haha!
How has this lodge rated in the past?
More great choices in Isle La Motte
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Isle La Motte
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations