The Mountaineer Inn at Stowe
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... our steps to where Bill had seen the cloud of dust. We walked along a ditch and sure enough, voila! there was our wheel! Saturday afternoon, far from a city...hmmm what to do. Why does this always happen on a weekend? After numerous phone calls, it was decided we had to limp it in with the trailer axle dragging along. Damn, fourth breakdown...I think we bought a lemon. Bill stayed amazingly cool as the ...
... lobster for tomorrow. Tonight we enjoyed a burger fry/trimmings with the tour group.
Friday, October 2 The scope of the Shelburne Museum in indescribable! No two of us saw the same things, I am sure!! I will mention a few of my favorites from the 36 or so buildings from which we chose. The little red brick one-room schoolhouse carried me back to Little House on the Prairie, to my childhood and to my teaching ...
... 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.
... saw a Uno’s Pizza restaurant (our Chicago friends realize Uno’s was founded in Chicago). We haven’t had good pizza the whole trip. As we ate, we saw three ambulances, a fire truck and several police cars pull into the parking lot. There was an accident between someone pulling out of the parking lot and someone on the street. We hope all those involved make a quick and full ...
... my winter coat and gloves.
The railway is the world’s first climbing cog railway and also the world’s second steepest. At one point the grade is 37.41%, Truckers start to get nervous with grades over 7%. The ride to the summit covered a vertical rise of about 3,500’.
When we reached the summit, I was really glad I had my winter coat and cloves and wished I had remembered to bring ...