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  • #61952

    PaulBach
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    [B]Southern Vermont Natural History Museum[/B]

    [QUOTE][SIZE=”3″]The Southern Vermont Natural History Museum is located at the Hogback Mountain Scenic Overlook on Route 9 in Marlboro, Vermont, in the southern foothills of the scenic Green Mountains. Perched on an overlook with views into Massachusetts and New Hampshire,
    on a clear day the horizon is 100 miles away.

    Among the exhibits featured at the Museum are mounted specimens of over 600 native
    New England birds and mammals in 100 small dioramas, one of the largest collections of its
    type in the Northeast. Most of these wild animal specimens were collected by Luman Ranger Nelson, a noted New England taxidermist, in the early part of the 20th century. The specimens are in extraordinarily good condition for their age.

    Also see a live hawks and owls in our raptor center, and learn about the natural history of these
    beautiful and fascinating birds. Come see our latest addition, a Red Shouldered Hawk!

    Enjoy our wildflower exhibit during the summer and fall. Learn about Vermont wetland
    inhabitants through our amphibian and reptile exhibit. Our collection has many unusual
    specimens including 9 albino birds and mammals and 3 extinct birds.

    Enjoy a hike up nearby Mt. Olga for a breathtaking view of the northern New England Mountains.
    [/SIZE][/QUOTE]

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    [B]Destination:[/B] Marlboro, [I][COLOR=”Green”][B]Vermont[/B][/COLOR][/I]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B] 40 Miles
    [B]Duration:[/B] `1 Hour

    For more information about the Southern Vermont Historical Museum, [URL=”http://www.vermontmuseum.org/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    [b]The best riding in New England awaits you![/b]

    [B]COME EARLY – STAY LATE [/B]- [B][I]No charge for camping before the rally starts. Vermont wants you to come and have a great time.[/I][/B]
    [LIST]
    [*]Sunday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Monday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Tuesday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Wednesday Camping -[B]FREE[/B]
    [/LIST]

    [B]Rally Registration[/B] is now open. For registration [URL=”http://www.bmwra.org/rally/terms.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    And, stick around for the [B]Yankee Beemer Rally[/B] in Heath Mass. For more information about the [B]YB Rally [/B][URL=”http://www.yankeebeemers.org/Damn_Yankees.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    #61701

    cousi
    Participant

    Here’s one sure to be on everyone’s list:

    [url=http://www.hemmings.com/aboutus/tour.html][COLOR=”navy”][U][I][B][SIZE=”6″]Hemmings Motor News[/SIZE][/B][/I][/U][/COLOR][/url]

    [IMG]http://ll.hemmings.com/tour/ACF818.jpg[/IMG]

    From the street:
    [IMG]http://ll.hemmings.com/tour/ACF816.jpg[/IMG]

    #61706

    PaulBach
    Participant

    [QUOTE]Gardeners from around the world know that when you’re in New England, Gardener’s Supply is a “must-see” destination. So if your travels take you to northern Vermont, we hope you’ll stop by for a visit. We love meeting our customers and talking with fellow gardeners, and it’s a great opportunity for you to “kick the tires” and see what’s new.

    In our Burlington store, you’ll find products from our catalogs on display as well as hundreds of other gardening tools and accessories. We will be happy to show you around and help you choose the perfect trellis for your clematis, the ideal composter for your backyard or a terrific pair of gardening gloves.

    Our year-round glass greenhouse is filled with a seasonal selection of orchids and other flowering exotics, houseplants, culinary herbs and more. During the growing season, our outdoor nursery area features Vermont-grown vegetable and flower seedlings, potted perennials, roses, fruit trees, ground covers, trees and shrubs.[/QUOTE]
    [URL=”http://www.gardeners.com/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]
    Gardner’s Supply Company[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL]

    [B]Location:[/B]Burlington, [I][COLOR=”Green”][B]Vermont[/B][/COLOR][/I]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B]145 Miles
    [B]Estimated Time:[/B] 3 hours and 10 minutes.

    #61707

    cousi
    Participant

    Horse lovers will enjoy visiting the [url=http://www.theheartofnewengland.com/travel/vt/morgan-horse-farm.html][B][I][U]Morgan Horse Farm[/U][/I][/B][/url]
    [IMG]http://www.uvm.edu/morgan/media/photos/Nobel5.jpg[/IMG]

    For beer lovers there’s [url=http://www.ottercreekbrewing.com/][B][I][U]Otter Creek Brewing[/U][/I][/B][/url]

    While there, be sure to visit Addison County’s Shire Town, [url=http://www.uvm.edu/morgan/media/photos/Nobel5.jpg][B][I][U]Middlebury, VT[/U][/I][/B][/url]
    [IMG]http://www.middlebury.govoffice.com/repository/designs/templates/custom_roundedges/images/middlebury_homeBottom.jpg[/IMG]

    And ride through the Middlebury College Campus a truely beautiful place.
    [IMG]http://www.albanyaerialphotos.com/Middlebury-4.jpg[/IMG]

    #61708

    BeemerBJ
    Participant

    Michael,
    Thank you for the GPS data. Does this place also have an address?
    BJ

    #61709

    cousi
    Participant

    Ausable Chasm near Lake Placid, NY

    [IMG]http://www.i-bmw.com/gallery/data/500/medium/Lake_Placid_Paul_002.jpg[/IMG]

    #61965

    PaulBach
    Participant

    Are you visiting Vermont for a special celebration with the SO? Want to make a spectacular impression and collect memories. Today’s destination is only 40 miles from Pownal but is one of the most famous Inns in Vermont. It’s not your typical motorcycle destination but it is an outstanding destination.

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/cb0d9216.jpg[/IMG]

    [QUOTE][SIZE=”3″]
    The Dorset Inn is Vermont’s oldest continuously-operating inn and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It boasts 29 rooms with private baths. First built in 1796 the Inn expanded with additions in 1900 and 1947. Anchoring one corner of the Dorset Green it is one of 60 historic buildings in the center of this picturesque and historic community where Vermont ’s first conventions were held in 1776 to draft a state constitution. The inn is most noted for its “comfort food” and casual and relaxed atmosphere.

    For more than 200 years, The Dorset Inn has offered traditional New England Hospitality. Gracious lodging, gourmet dining, fine wines and great spirits….all trademarks of Vermont’s oldest continually operating inn. Downhill skiing at Bromley and Stratton, shopping Manchester’s designer outlets, attending summer stock theater at our own Dorset Playhouse, enjoying Vermont’s unparalleled foliage season….From the quiet getaway to the outdoor adventure vacation…All of this and more are within minutes of The Dorset Inn.
    [/SIZE][/QUOTE]

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    [B]Destination:[/B] Dorset, [I][COLOR=”Green”][B]Vermont[/B][/COLOR][/I]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B] 40 Miles
    [B]Duration:[/B] 50 Minutes

    For more information about The Dorset Inn, [URL=”http://www.americanprecision.org/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    [b]The best riding in New England awaits you![/b]

    [B]COME EARLY – STAY LATE [/B]- [B][I]No charge for camping before the rally starts. Vermont wants you to come and have a great time.[/I][/B]
    [LIST]
    [*]Sunday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Monday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Tuesday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Wednesday Camping -[B]FREE[/B]
    [/LIST]

    [B]Rally Registration[/B] is now open. For registration [URL=”http://www.bmwra.org/rally/terms.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    And, stick around for the [B]Yankee Beemer Rally[/B] in Heath Mass. For more information about the [B]YB Rally [/B][URL=”http://www.yankeebeemers.org/Damn_Yankees.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    #61711

    PaulBach
    Participant

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    [QUOTE][SIZE=”3″]TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood,
    And sorry I could not travel both
    And be one traveler, long I stood
    And looked down one as far as I could
    To where it bent in the undergrowth;

    Then took the other, as just as fair,
    And having perhaps the better claim,
    Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
    Though as for that the passing there
    Had worn them really about the same,

    And both that morning equally lay
    In leaves no step had trodden black.
    Oh, I kept the first for another day!
    Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
    I doubted if I should ever come back.

    I shall be telling this with a sigh
    Somewhere ages and ages hence:
    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
    I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference.[/SIZE][/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/Maps%20Jpegs/686e342c.jpg[/IMG]

    About 15 minutes from the rally site is the resting place of Robert Frost. Frost was once the Poet Laureate of the United States. So, what’s the connection to the riding community? RA riders search for the roads less traveled and it has made all the difference.

    [B]Location:[/B] Bennington, [I][COLOR=”Green”][B]Vermont[/B][/COLOR][/I]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B] 10 Miles
    [B]Estimated Time:[/B] 15 Minutes

    For more information about Robert Frost, [URL=”http://www.frostfriends.org/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    Come back tomorrow for another great site very close to the rally area.

    #61974

    PaulBach
    Participant

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    [B]60 mile radius[/B]

    There is no geographic locale in the US where there is more diverse riding and access to 5 states within a 60 mile radius.

    [b]The best riding in the East awaits you![/b]

    [B]COME EARLY – STAY LATE [/B]- [B][I]No charge for camping before the rally starts. Vermont wants you to come and have a great time.[/I][/B]
    [LIST]
    [*]Sunday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Monday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Tuesday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Wednesday Camping -[B]FREE[/B]
    [/LIST]

    [B]Rally Registration[/B] is now open. For registration [URL=”http://www.bmwra.org/rally/terms.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    And, stick around for the [B]Yankee Beemer Rally[/B] in Heath Mass. For more information about the [B]YB Rally [/B][URL=”http://www.yankeebeemers.org/Damn_Yankees.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    #61719

    PaulBach
    Participant

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/fb29c217.jpg[/IMG]

    [QUOTE][SIZE=”4″]The Bennington Battle Monument is 306 feet 4 and 1/2 inches tall; the cornerstone was laid in 1887, and the monument completed and dedicated in 1891. It is constructed from blue-grey magnesian limestone (known as Sandy Hill Dolomite from present-day Hudson Falls, New York), which is roughfaced with the exception of two horizontal bands near the observatory level. The base is 37 feet square and with a gradual diminishing curve rises upward 168 feet where the rock-faced stone changes to a smooth horizontal beltcourse of 8 feet; above this is a band of rock-faced stone punctuated by twenty, eleven-foot slotted openings at the observation level. From this level, now reached by an elevator, can be seen the valleys and rolling hills of Vermont, New York and Massachusetts. Above the windows is an additional smooth beltcourse of 13 feet from which soars, uninterrupted but diminishing more rapidly, the final stone portion of 101 feet, 10 and 1/2 inches to the apex, which is surmounted by a bronze and gilt ten-point star adding the final 4 feet 6 inches to the Monument’s height. The points of the star are each 18 inches long and serve as a lightning rod for the monolith, the tallest structure in the State of Vermont. [/SIZE][/QUOTE]

    [B]Location:[/B] Bennington, [I][COLOR=”Green”][B]Vermont[/B][/COLOR][/I]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B]10 Miles
    [B]Estimated Time:[/B] 15 Minutes

    For more information about today’s destination, [URL=”http://www.historicvermont.org/bennington/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here![/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL]

    #61720

    PaulBach
    Participant

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    [QUOTE][SIZE=”3″]TOUR INFORMATION
    Tour Information: Tours last approximately 30 minutes.
    Factory Tour Admission: Adults: $2.00 Kids (12 and under): FREE

    Tour Hours:
    Summer season (June 1st – Oct. 31st)
    Factory Tour Hours: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

    Our factory is open year round (7 days a week) except Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Year’s Day. We recommend planning to spend about 1:15 minutes on-site at the Vermont Teddy Bear Company factory.
    Please keep this in mind about our tours:

    [LIST]
    [*]Tours book up quickly during the summer season, and we cannot guarantee that the next tour will be available. Feel free to look around our Bear museum and fun bear shop until the next tour is available.
    [*]No production on the weekends or after 4:30 pm.- Production breaks for lunch from 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm.
    [*]Also, at times for unforeseen reason the factory staff may not be working along the tour route.
    [*]For groups of 10 or more people, see the Group Tour Information page.
    [*]Ice Cream Kiosk:
    [*]During the summer, an ice cream kiosk is also open, serving up fresh ice cream for you to enjoy outdoors at our picnic table area.
    [/LIST]
    * For all other inquiries regarding our Factory Tour or Bear shop, please call 802-985-3001 (and press #2) or 800-829-BEAR. [/SIZE][/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/Maps%20Jpegs/320f46b0.jpg[/IMG]

    [B]Location:[/B] Shelburne, [B][COLOR=”Green”]Vermont[/COLOR][/B]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B] 136 Miles
    [B]Estimated Time:[/B] 2 Hours and 54 Minutes

    For more information about Vermont Teddy Bear [URL=”http://www.vermontteddybear.com/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]Click Here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL]

    #61976

    PaulBach
    Participant

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    [QUOTE][SIZE=”3″]Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
    And sorry I could not travel both
    And be one traveler, long I stood
    And looked down one as far as I could
    To where it bent in the undergrowth;

    Then took the other, as just as fair,
    And having perhaps the better claim
    Because it was grassy and wanted wear,
    Though as for that the passing there
    Had worn them really about the same,

    And both that morning equally lay
    In leaves no step had trodden black.
    Oh, I marked the first for another day!
    Yet knowing how way leads on to way
    I doubted if I should ever come back.

    I shall be telling this with a sigh
    Somewhere ages and ages hence:
    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
    I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference. [/SIZE][/QUOTE]

    It’s possible to turn back the clock and now choose the road not taken.

    Day Hiking – [B]Robert Frost Trail[/B]
    Trail Facts:

    [LIST]
    [*]Length: 1.2 mile loop
    [*]Feature: Poetry, Views
    [*]Max. Elevation Change: 30 feet
    [*]USGS maps: East Middlebury Quad
    [*]Amount of use: Heavy
    [*]Hiking level: Easy
    [*]Average hike time: 30 – 45 minutes
    [*]Use restrictions: No horses, mountain bikes, or motorized vehicles
    Trail Description:
    [/LIST]
    This trail is a National Recreation Trail that commemorates Robert Frost’s poetry; several of his poems are mounted along the trail in the woods and fields. Blueberries and huckleberries grow in an old field at the far end of the trail. The Forest Service maintains all of the old fields along this trail with prescribed fire to preserve the scenic, open appearance of the area. The trail is an easy walk, and the first 0.3 miles across a beaver pond boardwalk out to the South Branch of the Middlebury River is accessible and suitable for wheelchairs. Please practice Leave No Trace ethics, such as carry out what you carry in.
    Directions:

    From Middlebury, travel south on Route 7 to where it intersects with Route 125. Travel east on Route 125 for 5.8 miles. The parking area is on the right.

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/Maps%20Jpegs/98496426.jpg[/IMG]

    [B]Destination:[/B] Ripton, [I][COLOR=”Green”][B]Vermont[/B][/COLOR][/I]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B] 97 Miles
    [B]Duration:[/B] 2 Hours

    For more information about The Robert Frost Trail, [URL=”http://www.fs.fed.us/r9/forests/greenmountain/htm/greenmountain/links/recreation/hiking/roberfrost.htm”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    [b]The best riding in New England awaits you![/b]

    [B]COME EARLY – STAY LATE [/B]- [B][I]No charge for camping before the rally starts. Vermont wants you to come and have a great time.[/I][/B]
    [LIST]
    [*]Sunday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Monday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Tuesday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Wednesday Camping -[B]FREE[/B]
    [/LIST]

    [B]Rally Registration[/B] is now open. For registration [URL=”http://www.bmwra.org/rally/terms.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    And, stick around for the [B]Yankee Beemer Rally[/B] in Heath Mass. For more information about the [B]YB Rally [/B][URL=”http://www.yankeebeemers.org/Damn_Yankees.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    #61977

    PaulBach
    Participant

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    Scenes like this are one of the reasons you are coming to Vermont. I hope that during the rally I get many questions like … Well, where should I go for a ride. And I will say …

    [B][I]Ride north young man, ride north. Follow Route 100 and eternal bliss and true happiness will be your reward.[/I][/B]

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/Maps%20Jpegs/23c41031.jpg[/IMG]

    But for now a homework assignment. To prepare your path to Nirvana [URL=”http://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/Vermonts-Venerable-Byway.html?c=y&page=3″][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]read this link[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL]. [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/Smilies/tweetywink.gif[/IMG]

    #61724

    PaulBach
    Participant

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    Remember “[B]The Sound of Music?[/B]”

    If the von Trapps though the area around Stowe looked a lot like Austria, who am I to argue? Come ride Vermont. Its not flat. Some cartographers have figured that Vermont is larger than Texas, if you could iron it out! :poke

    [QUOTE][SIZE=”3″]The Story behind the Story – A long history of making people feel right at home. When the von Trapp family left Austria and first gazed on the sweeping mountain vistas of Stowe, Vermont, they knew immediately they had found their new home. And since then, the von Trapp family has invited families to join them in sharing the wonder of mountain living.[/SIZE][/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/Maps%20Jpegs/5cdf25a8.jpg[/IMG]

    [B]Destination:[/B] Stowe, [I][COLOR=”Green”][B]Vermont[/B][/COLOR][/I]
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B]150 Miles
    [B]Duration:[/B] Three Hours

    For more information about today’s destination, [URL=”http://www.trappfamily.com/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here![/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL]

    #61980

    PaulBach
    Participant

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    [QUOTE]A trip to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, is a journey through time to a rural New England town of the 1830s. Visitors are invited into more than 40 original buildings, each carefully researched, restored, and brought to the museum site from towns throughout New England. These include homes, meetinghouses, a district school, country store, bank, law office, printing office, carding mill, sawmill, gristmill, pottery, blacksmith shop, shoe shop, and cooper shop.

    Authentically costumed staff, called history interpreters, carry out the daily activities of an early 19th-century community. Here you may wander country roads and visit with a farmer plowing fields, listen to the blacksmith’s rhythmic hammering, or smell the aroma of bread baking in a fireplace oven. With four unique seasons and more than 200 acres to explore, there is always something new to see at Old Sturbridge Village.

    The period portrayed by Old Sturbridge Village, 1790-1840, is of major significance because it was a time in which the everyday lives of New Englanders were transformed by the rise of commerce and manufacturing, improvements in agriculture and transportation, the pulls of emigration and urbanization, and the tides of educational, political, aesthetic, and social change. [SIZE=”3″]
    [/SIZE][/QUOTE]

    For my money this is a don’t miss opportunity. It’s a site worth exploring on the way to or from the rally but is a long hike from Pownal. It is the best living history in America and I have seen a lot of them. Earbuds not allowed. Headphones not allowed. The silence can be deafening but that’s how it was in the 18th and 19th centuries.

    [IMG]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g264/PaulBach/RA%20Shots/Maps%20Jpegs/a96852c4.jpg[/IMG]

    [B]Destination:[/B] Sturbridge, Massachusetts
    [B]Distance from Pownal:[/B] 106 Miles
    [B]Duration:[/B] 2 Hours

    For more information about Old Sturbridge Village, [URL=”http://www.osv.org/”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    [b]The best riding in New England awaits you![/b]

    [B]COME EARLY – STAY LATE [/B]- [B][I]No charge for camping before the rally starts. Vermont wants you to come and have a great time.[/I][/B]
    [LIST]
    [*]Sunday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Monday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Tuesday Camping – [B]FREE[/B]
    [*]Wednesday Camping -[B]FREE[/B]
    [/LIST]

    [B]Rally Registration[/B] is now open. For registration [URL=”http://www.bmwra.org/rally/terms.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

    And, stick around for the [B]Yankee Beemer Rally[/B] in Heath Mass. For more information about the [B]YB Rally [/B][URL=”http://www.yankeebeemers.org/Damn_Yankees.html”][B][U][COLOR=”Blue”]click here[/COLOR][/U][/B][/URL].

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