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Just over the border in Vermont, we passed through the quiet little village of Bennington. Specialty cafes, vintage shops, and beautiful churches should be on the brochure for this town. Huge trees shaded the sidewalks that were dotted with flower-filled urns. It personified a New England village.
We entered Green Mountain ...
... with more seating in the back. We opted to sit in the booths to people watch and leaf peep. Oldies music blared out and I sang along to most of the songs.
After a ridiculously awesome breakfast at the Main Street Diner, we climbed at The Parking Lot Wall. Really. It's called that because you literally drive into the lot, park, and hike 20 steps up to the rock with a lot of routes. This is my kind of approach!
We climbed a few ...
... Our flight out St. Georges Grenada was easy as we only needed to bring 3 carry ons'. The flight from Grenada to Miami took only three hours. It's ironic to think that it took us almost three and a half months to sail the same distance!
We landed in Boston at 6pm and then took a bus to Portsmouth, New Hampshire where we ...
... her. We invited them on board and showed them the boat and had a nice visit. In the discussion, we mentioned we had hope to get a few groceries at the store but understood it was closed. They offered to take us, so off we went in their truck. Not only did they take us to the store but they took us on a tour of Grand Mañan. We headed out again in the morning. We had hoped to see the cliffs from the boat but we were still in heavy fog. About four and ...
... and let's not forget the horrific hurricane season of 2004!
This time around, as we start our travels, I will attempt to post our adventures so you can all ask, "Are they nuts?"
Our first stop was Circle 9 Campground in Epsom NH. We call this the "Shake Down Cruise" - old Navy lingo. Getting familiar with the RV and see if we still remember what we're doing.
Our first RV was also a Fleetwood Bounder and we wintered here in 2001 with ...