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... like he was a rugby player - and he was (played for 11 years). When he heard our accent, he could not wait to engage us in conversation about all things football, Jarryd Hayne and how good it was to watch him play for the 49 ers.
We finished the day on the boardwalk along the foreshore of Lake Champlain after a little retail shopping at L.L. Bean.
... in Burlington is run to partly service the University of Vermont and has some reasonably healthy options. OK, OK, I did have a side order of home fries!
I am a student of motor cars and here Subaru reigns, specifically the Outback model. Yesterday I counted 24 of 27 cars passing were this model! It is amazing. Oh, of course, the second most common is the ever present Ford F150 pick-up and soon they will be thinking of fitting their snow clearing blades.
... decorative arts, furniture, American paintings, and a dazzling array of 17th-to 20th-century artifacts are on view. Shelburne is home to the finest museum collections of 19th-century American folk art, quilts, 19th- and 20th-century decoys, and carriages."
Electra herself collected the items and she had an incredible eye for exquisite examples of the art contained within the ...
... after making the border crossing and forfeiting a bit of produce, landing in a scenic spot in NH for the night. Then, on to Shelburne, Vermont where we met up with John and Janet, friends who toured Canada with us in June and July. We had such a good time with these two awesome people, we were most happy to see them again. They graciously drove us all over the Burlington, VT area, hitting all the ...
... meaning despite an atmospheric trip
there were no views to be had. However it could have been worse as
Mount Washington holds the claim for the worlds worst weather with
record breaking 200mph+ winds being recorded.
we said good bye to New Hampshire as we crossed into to the lovely
state of Vermont which you clearly see why some call it the nations
most beautiful ...