Country Inn at Jiminy Peak
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... feeling blessed by the treasured gift of family and fellowship that Jo and Phineas offer, I realize that my 2014 journey has come full circle. The Fiske home, fondly named by Maura as "Chez Bayberry" in Cummaquid was my last stop in CC before hitting the road. J & P's send-off and care package launched my travels and now, they welcomed us Home with open arms.
... dead battery, call MTC, she is quicker than AAA!
On our way out of Stowe, we stopped at the Waterbury Cabot Cheese Creamery factory outlet. Maura and I helped ourselves to the myriad of cheese samples. Our taste test revealed Seriously Sharp as our #1 choice, even though we macked down alot of the premium cheeses: Farmhouse Reserve, Alpine Cheddar and Everything Bagel.
The drive down to Western Mass was smooth sailing ...
... since she moved to the States over 10 years ago, is that they don't sell or make Iced Coffee. What they call Iced Coffee in the cafes is something made on water and ice and Dave had one in New York City but had to throw most of it away as it was not very nice at all. Dave reckons he is moving to the States and starting up a Australian Café for all the expats complete with pies, sausages rolls, ...
... of which Rockwell’s illustration so remind me.
I became aware of Norman Rockwell in 1989 on a fall leaf-peeping trip to Vermont with my parents when we stopped at a Norman Rockwell museum outside Rutland. I was a very small museum of his illustrations and not the official one, but I was quite fascinated by it. Only in recent years did I become aware there is a much larger museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts on the grounds of Rockwell’s ...
... the country estate of Joseph Hodges Choate, a New York lawyer and U.S. ambassador to Britain for a few years around 1900, sits on a hill on the border with Lenox. The home was designed by the famous architectural firm McKim, Mead, & White. There’s a great house tour for those interested in architecture, as well as beautiful gardens and a Chinese ...