|Ready for our Great Adventure of 2019!|
|Looked like a sunny day for Day #2|
Day 2 was completely smooth. We pulled off the interstate somewhere in Connecticut for lunch. We talked with another couple and asked about a town square in this particular town. We were told there wasn't one in this town, but if we went about 10 miles down the road we would see a very typical New England town square. It was really nice to get off the interstate & see some of the countryside. In fact, we didn't get back onto the interstate until we left NH and traveled into Canada.
I have no idea where we were, just that we were in CT somewhere. In the town the lady directed us to, there was a very old cemetery. We found it very interesting that there was a plot literally right in a schoolyard.
|If I'm not mistaken, most of these (if not all) were memorials, not graves.|
|Found a gnome!|
|Some of the grave markers were too worn to see the dates|
The cemetery was a good place to stop and stretch our legs a bit before we traveled on to see my friend. Annie is a fellow Speech/Language Pathologist and blogger who I "met" online some years ago. We met in person a few years ago in New Orleans at a conference. I couldn't believe I was in her town!
|Shortly after this picture, CH showed me how to change the selfies so it wasn't backward!|
We stayed at The Common Man Inn. The room was very spacious and there were pictures of the area all around the halls. The grounds were beautiful; it was nice to just sit and enjoy.
|There were stone walls all over the place...reminded me of Ireland!|
Sculptured Rocks was a really cool place. It made the rocks and the river in the Great Smoky Mountains pale in comparison.
|Standing on a bridge looking down|
As an added plus, I got to see Annie's Speech Room!
The first leg of our trip was done. We were ready to cross the border and get to New Brunswick!