Eagles at Sugarbush
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... of the best we had ever seen. The backdrop of the tree-lined Presidential Mountain Range, with gorges and ravines thousands of feet deep gave spectacular scenery to the ride. We passed the treeline up to the rocky outcrop and then into the clouds. At the top we stood on the summit for a photo. The clouds didn't dissipate while we were at the top, so we didn't have the same kind of views we had coming up. Besides, Sherrie's eyes were watering, hence the quote ...
... around the bases.
The hot dog was about to win when a magic princess walked out and enchanted him, allowing the ketchup to win.
I forgot to mention that the game was "Princess Night". Every girl who came dressed as a princess got in free, and there were plenty of princesses.
During the 5th inning, a very heavy downpour hit the field. Fortunately, our seats were covered, so we kept dry.
In the ...
12:30 we finally get going. Spent the morning cleaning the truck while JP added another shipment which includes a four wheeler on the back. We are super heavy,moving slow... JP pointed out to me that I should change the name of the blog because this isn't an adventure for him....it's just everyday life in the ...
... next tour is 1 1/2 hours away. NOT going to happen! Neither is the line for ice cream.
So we headed back outside to go find the flavor cemetery only to be greeted by a long line of nuns...never mind, we don't need to go there either.
We drove through the capital of Montpellier instead. It was about a block long. That was it!
We found this little camp spot along the side of the highway and decided to wait until tomorrow to do any more exploring. ...
A marathon of shopping, breaking for lunch and then back to it! Nice mall and covered parking to keep Ozzi cool. A number of visits to see Oz and take him for drinks and walkies.
With our retail therapy complete, we decided rather than drive all the way back around the lake we chose to take the Lake Champlain ferry back to Plattsburgh. A brief ...