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We stayed overnight in Burlington at the Courtyard Marriott on the harbor. A lake view room, our lovely sailing trip, shopping on Church St. and candy-making at Lake Champlain Chocolates made it the perfect one night girls "getaway from cancer."
Candy making? Yes, I need to watch my sugar. I'm good at watching me eat it but not yet at restricting it. I love chocolate and I saw a brochure for ...
... next door for beverages. Terry and Bobbie split a small ham and
pineapple on a gluten free crust which was excellent, while the others split a
couple of prosciutto ham pizzas on regular crusts which were also very good.
After lunch we continued south to the Shelborne Museum. We arrived a little after 3 so we got a
discounted rate since we couldn’t come back tomorrow. This museum is a ...
... this New York cottage is our twenty seventh different accommodation. Two of the more recent - both beautiful cottages in the woods - are shown below. Maggie's, in particular, was a favourite, handbuilt more than one hundred years ago, and lovingly maintained, with an open fire (which, remarkably, had Nigel outside chopping wood - alas, no photo of that) and resident ...
... years ago. Dave had with him a photo of my mother from that trip so we posed for an update. Under sunny skies we made it to Brunswick Maine and the first site of the Atlantic. Quite a nice moment actually, even though it was not a destination when I started. Just short of Brunswick I also hit the 4000 mile mark for this trip. Another nice moment. Tomorrow we will go up the coast a bit before turning around and heading for ...
... related route adjustment keeps us from turning northward.
So instead of heading north from Ben & Jerry's, we head south toward another major Vermont resort -- Sugarbush, just northwest of the town of Warren on VT-100 in the Green Mountains. Sugarbush, which receives on average, 262 inches of snow every year, is well known to skiers in New England. To learn more about Sugarbush, click here.
Throughout our day as we ride through ...