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Sep 3, 2012 - Stowe Aways

We left our campground and headed for the 10 AM service at the local UMC only to find it was the last Sunday of 9 AM service. We did get there in time for communion, a hymn and fellowship time. We enjoyed meeting the folks there. Then the big drive (9 miles) to Stowe VT. This is a ski town with an historic downtown area. We did find room to park the truck and camper on the street and began our tour. A number of shops were visited and then lunch at a Mexican place. Next we travelled to the famous ski slope for a gondola ride to the top of...

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May 27, 2009 - Williston, VT - Drive Over Islands in Lake Champlain

(Ron Writing) Tonight we are in Williston VT, a suburb of Burlington VT, just a few miles from Plattsburgh, NY where we spent last night. But we had to travel quite a distance to get here because we moved from the west side of Lake Champlain to east side. To get here we drove north on I-87 to US-2 and then east to Vermont and within shouting distance of Canada. We then drove south on US-2 over a chain of islands down the center of Lake Champlain to South Hero Island and then over a bridge to the east side of the lake and down I-89 to...

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Aug 31, 2008 - Day 86 - Home and the Munchkins

We were on the road at 9 for our homeward leg as Grandma was really getting anxious to see the grandkids. The trip was uneventful as the day was beautiful, very sunny and we had light traffic since it was in the middle of the holiday weekend. Arrived at Nick and Tammy's around 2:30 and was greeted with lots of hugs and kisses from the little people as we walked down the driveway. Had to leave the truck and 5th wheel at Tammy's father's (next door) as there is no turnaround ability in their drive. Spent a little time there before heading on...

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Jun 6, 2008 - Day 0 - Final Load Out Day

Was mixed up as I kept saying a 6/6 departure but I was a day off. Due to work and a bad back, Barbara did the majority of the packing. Dinner with the family and last minute instructions for all. Hopefully we didn't forget anything. Tomorrow we are on our way!

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