The Hungry Trout Resort
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... like he was a rugby player - and he was (played for 11 years). When he heard our accent, he could not wait to engage us in conversation about all things football, Jarryd Hayne and how good it was to watch him play for the 49 ers.
We finished the day on the boardwalk along the foreshore of Lake Champlain after a little retail shopping at L.L. Bean.
... There is not a lot of foliage colour around Burlington yet so we headed to a higher altitude with greater success. The recent spate of warm dry weather has delayed the colouring of the leaves but the late heavy rain will bring rapid changes. We returned to our hotel at 9.30 pm after photographing covered bridges, little brooks, old mills, deserted chicken barns, isolated lakes, pumpkins and sunset. Brian caught a glimpse of a distant moose grazing ...
... decorative arts, furniture, American paintings, and a dazzling array of 17th-to 20th-century artifacts are on view. Shelburne is home to the finest museum collections of 19th-century American folk art, quilts, 19th- and 20th-century decoys, and carriages."
Electra herself collected the items and she had an incredible eye for exquisite examples of the art contained within the ...
... houses, an art gallery and more. Each building is loaded with pretty special stuff, including some traditional and contemporary quilts. We viewed an original Norman Rockwell, an original Georgia O’Keefe and works by other American artists as well as some very fancy wooden furniture made in VT in the 1800’s. The Steamship Ticonderoga which provided transport up and down Lake Champlain in the ...
up bright and early to get a head start on the day we headed up into
the White Mountains to the base of Mount Washington to visit the cog
in 1869 it is the world oldest and still has an operating steam
service which Theo took (Mum had to stay with Pickles). The hour
ascent, with inclinations up to 38%, was covered in fog and
unfortunately so was ...