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After the conference in Boston, I was planning to take a few commuter trains to some different cities in New England, and visit some states I had never seen. My friend Shea recommended that I rent a car. Sure enough, that was cheaper. Here's the car I rented:
First stop: Concord, New Hampshire. Here's the State House (Wikipedia article):
Across the street was the State Library (where you can get free internet access):
That night, I spent the night in Burlington, Vermont.
On the way there, I stopped at a Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory in Waterbury.
Two interesting things I saw in Burlington. A coffee shop and an unused pay phone that had about 100 spiders in it:
It's hard to see all the spiders & cobwebs in the picture, but there were a lot. It's a sign of the
times: everything has gone wireless, not that many people use pay phones these days.
Also, it was the only light nearby, so it attracted a lot of moths, which attacted all the spiders.
A coffee shop. It's only interesting to those of us who are familiar
with the name of the Biola coffee shop ("Common Grounds").
Created and maintained by Matthew Weathers. Last updated Aug 1, 2007.