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By Patricia Foulke, Robert Foulke

Assurance contains the fairway Mountains, Adirondacks, Catskills and Berkshires. From the northern tip of ny, the Foulkes take you up the Hudson the entire option to Lake Champlain and Vermont. They discover the encircling mountains and the lakes of the area, together with the easiest hikes, scenic drives, canoe journeys and different actions. Lake George, Killington, Lake Placid, Stockbridge, Lake Mohonk, Rhinebeck, Sleepy hole - those are only some of the highlights.

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Ethan Allen settled in this house near the end of his life. Your visit begins with a multimedia show inside the tavern, which was the hub of the community for information and news. As the lights dim, you hear the wind whistling and sounds of people talking. Narrators appear on the wall above the fireplace and exchange gossip. After the show, walk over to the house past his wife Fannie’s garden, planted with the vegetables and flowers she liked. Inside the house you will see displays on making clothing, from carding wool or flax to spinning and weaving.

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