Howard Johnson Williamstown
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... my opinion so far). Also, smaller pack on the GS. I felt really good until about 650 miles. Now enjoying some Pasta Primavera mountain house in the hotel room with a titanium spork (there's a bear somewhere outside) and trying to rehydrate for tomorrow. Thinking that I have a particular skill for picking two points on a map, then linking up all the squiggles of roads to get from one place to the other. If I was going to superslab the whole thing, then why not just ...
More interstate. I have E-Zero pass this year. It is wonderful, why didn't I do this sooner.
I am taking a vacation from the interstate for a while. Unfortunately that means poor cellular service. I will get to Kathryn's tomorrow ...
- I have E-Z pass this year. What a wonderful invention. I have taken a vacation from the interstate for a while. Unfortunately that means my phone has poor service. I am on the Inn's. Internet so I can send this. I will be at Kathryn's tomorrow morning. ...
... and sister-in-law? We enjoyed a few delightful hours eating breakfast on the porch, drawing, and chatting before it was time to make the final drive on to Plymouth to return our Bessie. Thanks Jer and Delise for welcoming us back to our home state and with wonderful hugs and enthusiasm. Thanks, too, to my brother Jeremy for being my most faithful blog follower. It was such a boost every time we got a comment from you along the way. We love you guys!!!!
Said goodbye to the beautiful Montpelier this morning. We reached the northern most point of our journey. The plan for the day was to head off to Queechee Gorge as recommended by someone we met in Portland. So we fueled the car, plugged the address into the GPS and headed off.
As usual, we kept off the interstates and took the back roads. We went through some pretty small towns, towns where we were the only car that ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility