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... washed down with a Vermont apple cider.
Day two in Shrewsbury was a little more laid back. Into Rutland we headed for supplies returning home by a different route to see more of the countryside. Yummy corn on the cob was for lunch followed by a restful afternoon around the farm, including the picking of apples for the up-coming cider brewing.
We finished the day with another marvellous feast prepared by John. A good time was had by all.
... battle date as a state holiday. there's a very tall obelisk in the middle of town commemorating the event. The leaves are starting to turn, thanks to colder weather. I think we'll meander up state via the marked scenic roads searching out covered bridges and turning leaves and possibly over into New Hampshire. Then, it's on to Quebec and the reason for the trip pour ...
... to Times Square with the 1000s of other tourists. We wandered around just looking at all the lights and sounds. We got on the big screen near forever 21 and met the naked cowboy. We also found Bec's favourite ice cream shop. More walking back to the hotel. Up early ish in New York where we found a local bakery with good food for breakfast. We then met our big apple greeter...in fact we got two of them! Ethan and Richard became our personal tour guides ...
... I then sent Megan free and met about 175 new instant friends here in Vermont, and began a two week Grad school crash course before diving into:
September-December: Wooo! Started learning all kinds of great stuff including:
Climate change and it's effects on the Global SouthOrganizing and influencing policiesMediating conflictsand some boring stuff
December-January: Had a wonderful break including some deeply needed brief visits ...
... inclined I apologise but Marty assures me that that's where we were and how you really spell them. 5 states and 5 hours later and we finally arrived at aunt Susan's in Brattleboro, Vermont. Set in the hills and surrounded by autumn colours, we were so pleased that we had finally arrived that we felt a bottle of prosecco was in order. Aunt Susan and Willy offered us the best ...
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