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Cows, Canines and Kids: The Chesterfield Inn

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Cows, Canines and Kids: The Chesterfield Inn We missed the Strolling of the Heifers, a yearly event here in Brattelboro, Vermont, and by all accounts Vermont’s answer to Spain’s frenetic running of the bulls. And a much preferred, more gentle event. But we didn’t miss the contra dancing at Pierce’s Hall, tiny hall in a brick building unchanged since it ... Read More »

Deerfield, Massachusetts: Leave it to the Native Americans

We think it’s great that many of the colonial settlers in historic Deerfield, MA, who were taken captive by “attacking” Native American tribes opted not to return to the ways of the “white man.” Perhaps the women and men were more emancipated under tribal rule than colonial law! But we’re ahead of ourselves here. So, It wasn’t always this tranquil… ... Read More »

Geocaching: Geting Lost and Finding Treasures

From Drop Box So, we crossed the wooden Cornish-Windsor Bridge from Vermont into New Hampshire, just over a narrow section of the Connecticut River. It’s the longest covered bridge in the world. The bright yellow, hand-held Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) said we were here. But “here” was a dusty shoulder off a winding country road pretty much in the middle ... Read More »

Captain Lord Mansion Inn: Kennebunkport, Maine

Kennebunkport, Maine, along the Maine seacoast is a popular summertime destination. Sos the Captain Lord Mansion Inn Kennebunkport, Maine is a picturesque seaside vi… http://www.travelvideopostcard.com Kennebunkport, Maine, along the Maine seacoast is a popular summertime destination. So’s the Captain Lord Mansion Inn Kennebunkport, Maine, is a picturesque seaside village, but Kennebunkport has world-class restaurants and inns. The Captain Lord Mansion ... Read More »

Deerfield Inn Review: New England With Martinis

by kaleel sakakeeny When you visit the Deerfield Inn in Historic Deerfield Massachusetts, bring along your curiosity. The inn, opened in 1884, sits at the center of an old New England village, with its history intact, and plenty of stories to tell. http://www.travelvideopostcard.com As a good old Inn should, the Deerfield serves afternoon tea, and has a resident ghost. Original ... Read More »

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