I’ll have to tell you about the epic drive across northern New England. Not today, but when I’m a little more recovered. It turns out that all the high speed roads in New England run north-south. If you are way up in the far north and need to go somewhere else, westward, which is also in the far north … there are not a lot of roads.

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It turned out, you take Route 2 out of Skowhegan. After then, just keep driving, driving, driving, driving until you get to Danville, Vermont. Make a left. Voila.

I am omitting the fun details. It was the most awful journey through magnificent, glorious mountains. They took my breath away while dealing with the dreadful driving and primitive roads made us crazy. Ambivalence redefined. Remarkably, we are alive and here in Peacham, Vermont.

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I just have a few of pictures for you of the morning mist rising off the pond, and the river behind the house in which we are absorbing our coffee.

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There are stories to tell and I will tell them, but today … we rest. Recuperate. Breathe. And absorb some of the most incredible scenery in the world.


Reader’s Block – F.Y.I – I haven’t read a book since I went on vacation more than a week ago. Barely written anything, either. C’est la vie.

MORNING IN PEACHAM, VERMONT

39 thoughts on “MORNING IN PEACHAM, VERMONT

  1. Wow, these leave me speechless. Just so beautiful. You definitely earned a wonderful fall this year and I’d say you got it. So glad you enjoyed yourself. Thanks for sharing the beauty of up north.

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    • It was almost overwhelming. And they said that was PAST PEAK. I can’t even imagine what “peak” must have looked like! This has been a hell of a year. We’re going to visit friends Monday — and taking the dirty laundry with us. Because we are STILL waiting for the well guy to get to us and meantime …

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