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Jun 27, 2013 - Ice Cream Tour!

It was time to pack up from our soggy RV site in Apple Island, Burlington, Vermont this morning and take a short drive to our next stop, Marshfield, VT. On our travel schedule is a stop and tour at Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream factory (yep, somebody had to do it!). They are well set up for tourists and had parking lot helpers get the bigger rigs parked. We arrived just in time for a tour and spent 30 minutes hearing about the history of Ben and Jerry's and seeing how their ice cream is made. At the end, a very large sample of mint chocolate...

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Jul 13, 2012 - On The Road Again, Looking For Wine & Milk

On the road again! Only driving a short distance, 75 mi. to the Groton Forest Campground. One reason we left South Hero RV was without our Passport America discount it was $60/night. So we found this next campground that's Passport and only $15/night. Driving here we were wondering where we going to end up. The drive was beautiful, all the mountains and valleys. It's a small park and everyone seems to know everyone here. We are the only big rigs here. Everyone is so impressed by our rigs. Especially Charlie and Echo's. It's a beautiful rig....

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Jun 8, 2010 - Northeast Kingdom (look it up on Wiki)

Vermont: I must say that so far, we really like Vermont. We have had two excellent nights in proper campgrounds at great rates. Weather has been cool, but very enjoyable. The things to explore have been plenty. And the people have been most pleasant. Tonight we are a little remote and and at about 1700 ft elevation. No cell phones, no TV, but we do have wifi and satellite radio. Cooking outside was on our minds until the sun went behind the mountain and tree line. Oh well, that gives us some time to catch up on the journal. Last night we...

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Sep 4, 2008 - vermont

Well, we are now in Vermont. We left Cold Brook, NY on Wednesday morning and headed east again. We drove through the Adirondacks for about an hour and then we entered Vermont. We drove across almost the complete state in about 45 minutes. It is not a big state. On the way, we drove through a big thunderstorm while on a small, curvy, hilly back road. Skip said he didn’t have a lot of fun, but Cindy said it was a beautiful drive. We pulled into our campground, Groton Forest Road Park, and got our site. It wasn’t the most level site, so Skip...

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Aug 18, 2008 - Marshfield, VT

I wanted to stay a night or two in Vermont in order to add that state to my stick-on map of the US that's on my entry door, so I picked a spot in northern VT that I hadn't been before. Marshfield has a campground that belongs to Passport America, some lakes and state parks nearby, is near to Cabot where they make the cheese, and it is halfway "home". Cabot is a very small town with a country road for the big milk and delivery trucks to navigate. That surprised me because I would have thought they would spend some profit in building up the...

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Oct 1, 2007 - Grand Island (Niagara Falls) NY to Marshfield VT

Hello to our Family and Friends, We arrived on Grand Island NY just a few miles from Niagara Falls in the late afternoon. After setting up a nice dinner, we drove over to the falls at night. The Canadians shine different colors of lights on the falls and what a beautiful sight. The temperature was about 82 degrees, super nice but we want it colder for the leaves to change! The following day we spent the day on the Canadian side of the falls since the views over there are much better. We saw a Omni Vision movie about the falls and saw 12 of...

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