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May 25, 2016 - st. Albans, Waterbury and Stowe

From Kampersville RV Park Salisbury, VT We've had another full couple of days. Yesterday we went 70 miles NW to St. Albans to visit our friends Betty and Bob Harmon and Sis and Maurice Esperance. We went to Betty and Bob's house on Lake Champlain which was so lovely. We had a nice lunch and spent the afternoon sitting on the deck catching up. We met them in Southern Palms in FL but we didn't go there this winter so it was nice getting to see them. Today we went on the NE side of Vermont. I had 3 routes on the GPS to choose from and I chose...

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May 23, 2016 - Procctor, VT

From Kampersville RV Park Salisbury, VT We had a very full day today thanks to our friend, Debbie Galewski who told us of the many things to see. We would have totally missed this area. Our first stop was the Vermont Maple Syrup Museum. We thought it would be small but when we entered, it was amazing. So many interesting things to see while telling the history of getting the sap from the time of the early Indians to present day of making maple syrup. We learned so much and of course, we got some Vermont maple syrup. We met the owner who...

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May 22, 2016 - Vermont

From Kampersville RV Park Salisbury, VT We arrived here yesterday. I chose this park because it was an Enjoy America park and was 50% off. However, when we checked it the manager said they don't do that anymore but they gave us the discount price anyway. This is a beautiful park on Lake Dunmore with nice big sites. There is also a big store with homemade goodies. We had some for breakfast this morning! I have to say Vermont is really beautiful. It's hard for me to get Bill off the interstate but he had no choice. The back roads wound...

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Sep 8, 2013 - Green Mountain Madness

When traveling like we do, pulling a size large 5'er, pick your route well! We stick to the US Highways and State Highways. On this day, we are going into Vermont, the 49th least populated state and our 45th state to visit. We have been told numerous times, when in the northeast expect narrow and/or short bridges, little town streets on hills and so on, go the warnings. We're sure glad we heeded those warnings. this trip could've had a difficult time in a little town of St Johnsbury. While driving on Highway 2 we elected to take the "truck...

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Oct 13, 2008 - Marble and Maples

Vermont’s resources are honored in 2 unique museums - Monday, October 13 Yesterday we thought we’d do Ben and Jerry’s today, then cross the border into New York. Instead we spent the day visiting two museums and saving Ben and Jerry’s for tomorrow. The towns of Procter and Pittsford each have a museum that is unique to Vermont - different than anything we’ve seen, or are likely to see elsewhere in our travels. That means a chance to learn something new, and no day is ever wasted when we learn something new. Today we learned a lot! We...

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