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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.
After all the war venues we've been through lately it's nice to arrive in peaceful Vermont. The only fighting I expect to encounter is over which grade of maple syrup to get. We start off with Bennington an eminently civilized town. Home to Robert Frost in the '20s, Grandma Moses and Hemmings Magazine now. (Car stuff, ya know). The folks here seem different, in ...
... another Aussie that he poor bloke had had a heart attack. That night we met Peter for a drink near federal plaza. We ate dinner in Chinatown in a restaurant where we were two of four non Asian people. The food was fantastic however there was a little language problem! The following day we started by going to the highline. This is a abandoned railroad in Chelsea that has been turned into a garden. We also briefly visited the Chelsea markets. Our big thing ...
Today is the first day of May, marking the start of my last two weeks here in Brattleboro, Vermont. So, before I go into my next adventure, I would like to sum up my last 9 months.
August: Ventured across the Northern states via 98 Ford explorer, and $30 worth of camping gear with my dear friend, Megan Fissel, whose acquaintance I made in Torreon, Mexico in 2008. We spent our voyage visiting old friends, and meeting some new ones along the ...
I was so pleased this morning that the jet lag was just a passing phase... After a healthy pancake stack and maple syrup breakfast at PJs, and a wander around the campus, we left Princeton behind and our white bus headed north towards New York. We passed from New Jersey and over the George Washington bridge in New York, through Connecticut and Massachuthes and finally Vermont. For ...
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