Country Inn at Jiminy Peak
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Brand new to this whole blogging thing so bare with me as I am getting the gist of it all as I go along.
I decided to start this blog since within the next 12 hours I will be on a flight from New York, USA to Madrid, Spain for the second time in my life. Only this time, it's a whole lot different.
Instead of going on a mere 10 day vacation tour with my high school classmates like I did three years ago, I ...
... And he was right.
Bright and and sunny all day with blue skies and big white, puffy clouds. My absolute favorite kind of day.
No treacherous riding conditions, no drivers trying to run me over. And the last hour was fun sweepers into Bennington! Beautiful scenery!
Very nice hotel room, finally. TV works, remote works, hair dryer works, free cookies and ...
We finished our last locks of the trip! Yahoo!
We stayed at the Troy public docks and walked the city area. It was hopping with many people beginning their weekend celebrations and lots of outdoor restaurants were full of diners enjoying the warm summer night.
"That man looks like he has a combine harvester for legs." "Would that make him a trac-taur?" So peter had a bad night's sleep last night and took him a while to wake up today. We made up for it with a 'Vermont-style' breakfast, which was so tasty! Even the toast was twice as thick as normal bread! Afterwards we took a look around Stowe (and some random steep side-roads thanks to our satnav having a funny turn). We had some time to kill so we drove west ...
... end of the guardrail was demolished. I asked if anyone needed first aid, and the other helpers said that everyone in the truck seemed to be OK, miraculously! They were just concerned about their two dogs, also in the U-Haul. So, away we went, continuing on our journey.
Smooth sailing until we got just north of Albany, NY. Rude drivers, tailgating; Larry was almost rear-ended. And my "eagle" ...