Days Inn Hartford
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... every year and thousands of people visit the free attraction each year. We really enjoyed the bridge -- there were both familiar and unfamiliar annuals, perennials and shrubs. It was just beautiful.
After our visit to the bridge, Judy mentioned that she remembered some interesting rocks along the river In Shelburne Falls. With her help we were able to find the glacial potholes which actually form the rapids there. There were interesting formations ...
... Rockwell's life. He had very early success as an illustrator for Boy's Life magazine -- he had his first job there at 17 years old. There were many of his original pieces in the museum and we really enjoyed seeing them and hearing their stories -- details we would have missed without the audio tour. A central hall in the museum features 4 paintings illustrating the Four Freedoms (taken from a. ...
Plans for Ireland were underway. When should we go? What places will we visit? How long in each spot? How will we get around? The timeframe was the easiest decision to make - the summer has the most comfortable weather and fits with our work schedules conveniently. The nitty gritty of where to go and how to get around proved to be the toughest choice. We discussed with friends, read blogs and online articles, compared options, and ...
... the interchange at East Haven cause we may have taken the wrong exit (twice) and had to 'make a legal u-turn where possible and return to the designated route'. Geoff doing well with the right-hand side of the road driving but pretty tired cause it takes a lot of concentration. The B&B was nice and had a lovely view from our window across a small beach and bay. Owners were very friendly and helped us decide what to do in the next 4 days. Dinner, beach walk, bed. Surprise ...
... iron and a new o-ring. I used some hurricane ties to connect the old with the new and it looks like I should get another 10 years out of it.
The FICM for the truck cost me $400 and another $400 for labor at a local truck shop. Now the truck starts up with no problems.
Now I have a few projects lined up for both truck and camper. The camper will get a new vinyl floor and a new 45-Amp electric converter kit. I will also be attempting ...