Holiday Harbor Lodge
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... out of bed at 4 am to make the start.
We spent Saturday morning reading and generally getting ourselves organised. The afternoon was low key - shopping for food and taking a drive around town.
Sunday was little different - a visit to Costco to buy a new suitcase headlined the day. We were "checked out" by a delightful young man ...
... in Burlington is run to partly service the University of Vermont and has some reasonably healthy options. OK, OK, I did have a side order of home fries!
I am a student of motor cars and here Subaru reigns, specifically the Outback model. Yesterday I counted 24 of 27 cars passing were this model! It is amazing. Oh, of course, the second most common is the ever present Ford F150 pick-up and soon they will be thinking of fitting their snow clearing blades.
... touring and watching television, a rare treat on this trip. Apparently there is a fire near Yosemite. Didn't know that. Unfornately I am without a phone for another two days, so no pictures from today. But I have purchased a disposable camera from which you will seen some pictures when I get it developed. Montreal QC > North Hero VT, 69 miles, day ...
and finally Martina aka Gretl.
Meanwhile Maria was happily going on with her life, she was so overwhelmed with the natural beauty of the mountains one day she decided to dedicate her life to God – so off to the convent she went, where she caused mayhem and was a complete tomboy.
When the Captain decided he needed a tutor for Agathe he asked Mother Superior, who quickly sent Maria. So that part was ...
... as they had no children and on Freddy's death around 1930 was not able to be sold. No one had the money (it could 2 million to build) and the asking price was down to 250,000 but it cost a fortune to keep it in the condition it was in. So the niece (mostly as a result of Franklin D Roosevelt) sold it to the US government for $1.00 The house never was in disrepair and all furnishing were as the Vanderbilt's had them. So it is by far the ...