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Jul 21, 2015 - Dorset, vt

Drove all day through driving rain up I81 through New York to get to Vermont. Haven't had to speak Yankee yet but did hear the guy behind me at the grocery store say he was god when the cashier asked him how he was doing vs. gooud (southern). Bought cheese and garlic sausages to grill with fresh baked bread and our own NC tomatoes. Camping at Emerald lake state park next to the green mtns. A little noisy with hwy 7 below but deserted.

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Sep 6, 2012 - Teddy Bears and Green Mountain Boys

Before we left Burlington we took the multi use path the other way and rode our bikes about 6 miles to the Winooski River and back. It was a perfect morning for biking. Cool, a bit overcast and little wind. The path had portions of woods, homes,lake and river. When we got back we hit the road. On our agenda was the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory. We took the tour and saw how they are made. Shirley bought a Teddy Bear and now we have four little friends on the trip. We stopped into another quaint little Vermont town for lunch. Vergennes was...

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Sep 11, 2010 - Traveling through Vermont

Greetings, We are now in Vermont. Our first stop was the small town of Randolph. While jeep touring around the area we passed through numerous small country villages with old farm houses . Again, there were lots of covered bridges to seek out. The topography is hilly, densely forested and every color of green you can imagine. While traveling to our next destination we stopped at Saint-Gaudes NHS. Saint-Gaudes became the first sculptor to design an American coin- one cent piece, 10 & 20 dollar gold pieces. In fact, the standing liberty is...

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Jun 26, 2010 - Vermont

We have just left the incredibly beautiful state of Vermont where we stayed for several days in the Green Mountains. We were awed by the scenery and interested in the historical significance of so many places and buildings. It is mostly rural and few people. It'd be a great place to spend the summer if it didn't take us so long to get here. The weather was beautiful, and there are so many fun things to do. We came across an old marble quarry which was the first in the country. It is now used as a swimming hole on the weekends for the local...

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