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... of Flowers is an old trolley bridge across the Deerfield River between the towns of Shelburne Falls and Buckland. The 400 foot, five arch span was built in 1908 and abandoned by the trolley line in 1928. In 1929, the vision of Antoinette and Walter Burnham became reality when the project was undertaken by the Shelburne Falls Women's Club, who still maintain it through their Bridge of Flowers Committee. Donations and volunteers keep the bridge blooming from spring ...
... illustrations. I can remember seeing them in The Saturday Evening Post and Life Magazine when I was just a kid. I even have a Rockwell print hanging in my house. So we decided to go to the museum.
We arrived at the museum just before it opened at 10:00 AM. We decided to do the "award-winning" audio tour, which told the stories of the art. Most of the narration was done by Rockwell's ...
Our Ireland trip is finally almost here. In October, my husband and I discussed the possibility of an Ireland trip. Sean has always yearned to see the country that he rooted from. I am always eager for a new country to explore. We relished in the idea of traveling the Emerald Isle. So, we flipped through the bookshelf, dusted off our 2009 Fodor's "See It Ireland" (this trip really was on our minds for a while), and started our research. The dream was ...
... or 12 lane motorway. We heard about them and saw them on maps, but it's not until you actually drive on them that you realise how BIG they are and how FAST people drive. Geoff's surprise - initially, you have to concentrate so hard, your hands go numb from gripping the steering wheel, and you can't take your eyes off the road, even to get some M&Ms out of the packet. Travellers tip - when waiting for the train at Penn Station, you have to stand in the waiting area with the ...
... causing the bottom frame of the camper to bow. It looked like the wood was weak, and possible rotted and appeared that the O-ring would come out. It stayed in the entire trip, but it did come out a little more during the trip.
It was an easy fix once we arrived. I found many camper owners that had the same problem and they all offered different fix-it advice. I ended up removing the aluminum siding, and replacing the wooden 1x2, supported with an ...