Pine Crest Motel And Cabins

Address: 1288 Barton-Orleans Rd. (Route 5), Barton, Vermont, 05822 , United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1288 Barton-Orleans Rd. (Route 5), Barton, is near Bread and Puppet Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Barton

    "Autumn leaves" Nat King Cole

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... work.Why are there three legs on a milking stool? Because the cow has the udder one.What do you call a cow that has just given birth? Decalfinated.
    We took the tour (cheap), watched a moovie (!) and had a free sample or two of today's mix, "Milk and cookies". Very nice too, but then they had an enormous range of alternatives on sale as we exited! Even I felt inclined and ate the smallest cone (which turned out to be ...

    Farewell Canada

    A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Sep 24, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... of the highway - 2 lanes each way. Mostly the road was divided by trees.

    In Saint Marie we went looking for a grocery store. Went into Familieprix thinking it sold groceries. It is a pharmacy. In Quebec Provence most people speak mainly French and have very little English. However the lady there had more English than we had french so with hand gestures and diagrams she was able to direct us to the grocery shops. We had been very close before but had turned ...

    Vermont Ski Museum

    A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Division. In 1945, they fought in the Apennines in Italy, helping to destroy German artillery, enabling the Allied advance north. They attacked entrenched German positions considered impassable, and cut several German supply lines, and continued fighting in Italy, taking advantage of their ability to fight in mountainous terrain, until the end of the war. Though they no linger fight on skis, the are still active today, and retain the "Mountain" designation for historical reasons. ...

    Hike & cow stampede.

    A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 03, 2014

    5 photos

    Today, we hiked over the side of Mount Elmore to find a connection between some trails that we had found previously. We split into 2 groups, one going from one side, one from the other.
    My group, (Mom, Paul, Nicholas, and Catherine) made good time, though there were a few times when we almost lost the trail, and once or twice even considered turning back. Though at the end, a little ...

    Last day

    A travel blog entry by 50statestravel on Aug 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... with their awesome uncle. They spent most of the day on the water. We went back to the house around 4:00 to wait until Opa got there. After he got in we had appetizers and cocktails. Nick challenged him to a game of backgammon and won! It was sad to go only after such a short visit. We're already looking forward to next years ...