Pine Crest Motel And Cabins
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Last night the Quebec weatherman said that tomorrow would be sunny with no chance of rain. Well, it started raining when we went to bed and never stopped until we were just about to Vermont. That made packing up the coach quite messy and delayed us until almost 11:00am. But we did our thing and got on the road to the USA. When we reached the border we were greeted by our US Immigration Officer. I have ...
... otherwise we would still be in Massachusetts. The drive today was absolutely beautiful, lots of white weatherboard churches, farm houses - white with red barns, and beautiful old houses, colourful deciduous trees amongst pine forests, and flowers, pumpkins and rag people all in Autumn colours. Mileage: 170 ...
... It was about 40 degrees and the wind was a biting 40 MPH. I noticed people in shorts and/or flip flops. In addition to the chill factor, the flip flops seemed dangerous for walking on rocky terrain.
When we boarded the train, the summit was covered in clouds. Once atop the mountain, we had a break in the clouds. It started raining just as we boarded the train for the trip down. Once again, our weather karma ...
... listed on the map. The first waterfall was 'Hwy 112 near Bath, just south of the junction with R302. We were at the intersection and didn’t even see a river. Dave, pretty frustrated at our poor hit rate on bridges and waterfalls and the imprecise directions blurted, “What the heck does ‘just past’ mean? I’ll drive a few miles and keep a look out.” To me, just means ...
... This extraordinary experience can only be seen in Derby Line, VT/Stanstead, QC. I have always had a fascination with country borders and how they vary from country to country, but this was unlike anything I have ever seen before. The most interesting part is that the was BARELY ANY BORDER SECURITY! A row of potted plants and a “Warning” sign is all that separated the two countries. There is no exaggeration when I say that some ...