Copper Lantern Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The last few days have been mostly about driving, walking and downtime up on a Vermont mountaintop. Lots of pictures with commentary in this post. I did a lot of pulling over to the side of the road and jumping out for photo opportunities.
We spent one day poking around the different neighborhoods of Portland before heading to the far north. I've spent time in Portland twice, both times in late fall, and both times ...
... nope. I watched them for a few minutes and realized that the enterprising duo was taking their own wedding photos using the delay on the camera. The groom would stand in the spot and the bride would run up and focus, then run back down to him and they would hold a pose until the shot was taken. I was very impressed.
Evening found us in Sheffield, MA at a lovely B&B called the Staveleigh House. It was so ...
... sweet time getting down but let me tell you it was exhausting. Not just physically but mentally. We were so focused on every step that our brains were fried when we got to the bottom and our legs were shaking. We happily got back to our Westy and the campsite let us use their showers. After an amazing hot shower and putting on dry clothes, we enjoyed a hot vegetable stew that hit the spot perfectly. We drove to Gardner Massachusetts to spend the night at ...
... only went once a day. It connected with the only train north to Vermont so we were concerned we were going to be stranded in Springfield. Ended up asking at the Amtrak Boston office and the station manager spent about 20 minutes checking timetables and even trying to get on to Greyhound buses for us. However, the train was ready earlier than they expected and we got to Springfield 20 minutes before the Vermont train was due. On arrival we discovered that the train to Vermont ...
... with mole waiting for us, we got to see the final placement of the mosaic we helped put together in 2011.
Back then, we had the greatest opportunity to help Michelle and Tony put together a Mosaic for their home. Our "workshop" was in Tony's beautiful family home in Truro on Cape Cod. The house is aptly named "Xanadu". Their private driveway has signs up the hill with the first verse of Coleridge's poem ("In Xanadu did Kubla Khan, a stately ...