New Hampshire and Vermont before heading to New York
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October 9th, 2006 – by: portia
Then we went to Billings Farm and Museum in Woodstock, Vermont. It's farm built by Frederick Billings, a model of wise farming back in 1871, and still serves as a showcase of how things can be done right. For tourists, it's a great place to see how rural Vermont farming is done. The museum is extensive however, we did not have time to look at everything in detail. We did look at the cows, calves and had ice cream made from the milk of the cows at the farm. It's a place where kids (and adults) can easily spend 2 hours and a couple more visiting the adjacent Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park which we didn't have time to visit this time.
We had to go to New York this afternoon.
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