Blue Spruce Inn & Suites
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... Back in 1908 the bridge was used to transfer freight and people to the nearby mills but by the 1920's with the increased usage of cars, the street railway company went bankrupt and the bridge was left to slowly decay.
But in 1929 a lady called Antoinette Burnham came up with the idea to transform the bridge into a garden and with the help from a local Women's club raised $1,000 to get ...
... Of course the locals have no idea what it means!
I visited Phil and Tracy, their two lovely daughters, two Corgies (queens Elisabeth's favourite dog), James and William, a tall Jack Russel, Tobi, and two cats, Quentin and Angelina.
Quentin is my new friend and at night jumps on my bed to keep me company.
Phil made some time for me, so nice, so we went visiting a ski resort, Windham, where in the winter they go almost every weekend for ...
... here and I would definitely recommend this place. With no appointment ( granted the busiest part of this season is not on them yet, but still!) they started with us right after 1 pm and we were back in a slip before 3pm even with a few waits in between. And back in the slip before the crazy rain! We have not had a lot of it on this trip- in fact most of the places we visit have been in need of rain- the grass is yellow and crunchy and the leaves ...
... back to beautiful river views. Our anchorage at Houghtaling Island was very pretty and we felt like we were in a jungle..... the birds were so loud and as the afternoon progressed the crickets took over. In the morning we were lucky to see a bald eagle right near our boat... after the fog lifted a little. We waited a little until it was clear before Marty pulled up the anchor. It was really hard to get up and really muddy- but we wouldn't have gone anywhere in any wind for ...
It was a two hour train ride from Grand Central to the end of the line at Wassiac, in Massachusetts. From there I was picked up and driven another hour to Alford, home to the Bevans, Mary's relatives who have lived in the States for the last 50 years.
We found John and Tricia to be very generous with there time and extremely gracious hosts during our stay. They actually tried to run us ragged with daily tours of the local ...