Monday, June 25th, 2012
I am landing on a landing pad in my life, out in the, potentially looking at retirement age, planning stage. Someplace good to open is a perspective on old age that occupies reality of aging in a world of youthful enthusiasm. Approaching pinning of my hopes for the future on enough paintings sold to visit any mansion in any country is probably way optimistic.
Listing people’s important achievements in life papers would say I lived like a, looking for a good beer and cheeseburger, popularly known as movie star in sophisticated pal road trip film, person from the hills of Vermont.
Now taking a lighter tone, I want to note that the story of my love of hamburgers is hopping on the train of, plentifully made in Vermont, local beef. Next year on my birthday, I will look at, totally once and for all, sampling pal Tracy’s preferred travel food, sushi.
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Has the heat in the summer had you pining for a lasting quiet place like a pretty, mapped out with all-sided beaches, and good for swimming in, lake? You should then position your vacation in Vermont this summer and maybe come to nice Lake Champlain and order beer and burgers at our gourmet by-the-water restaurants.
I am more open to swimming in the lake now not because I want to clown around on the beach in my powerfully muscled lifeguard-like body but only because the lake water isn’t like arctic liquid and it pounds my body into a state of kid-like, totally calm relaxation.
Sloppiness in attire is also accepted on our lake and toys, kicking required to make ripples in the water, can be brought for your kids.
Naturally, I want to look super buff after a lakeside summer but the weather often is unpredictable, starting with rainy periods in June and reaching listlessness creating, instantly sweat-producing, garden parching heat in August so make sure to drag a sizable suit case with you full of many kinds of outerwear.
And more to the point be prepared to have the vacation to die for here in lakeside shores of Vermont.