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  1. A Canine Gem, is a local dog rescue located in Burlington Vermont, our Boondockers welcome hosts help foster and find homes for the cute pups. We stayed here foe a long weekend, it's quite amazing to see how they interact and treat these dogs. The dogs are mostly from the south, come from very bad situations. Go give there site a look, remember always consider adoption! We hike Mt Mansfield Vermont's highest mountain, luckily this time we are allowed to bring our rescue and hiking buddy Zamboni. It's quite windy, foggy and even raining a little but we don't let that stop us!
  2. Vermont State Parks still has volunteer openings for the 2017 season! More than 40 different parks. Duties vary by park and generally involve grounds, restrooms and fee collection. FHU or W/E available. Some parks located in more remote areas. Schedules vary. Cell phone, TV reception and WiFi vary by park; pets allowed most locations. Work 30 hours per week for campsite and many other benefits. Preference given to season-long commitment (mid-May through Labor Day or mid-Oct). For more information and to apply: www.vtstateparks.com/htm/volunteering.htm
  3. On the way to the 2016 Escapade in Essex Junction, Vermont, join your Escapees friends for jam-packed tours of the “Big Apple” and the Hudson River Valley. Come early or stay late and experience the best of both worlds! While in the heart of the historic Hudson Valley, enjoy farm markets, wineries, and the Hudson Valley scenery; however, let us do the driving into the “Big Apple”! Board a luxury coach with a knowledgeable tour guide, and enjoy an easy drive to New York City. See the historical sites, learn about the history, and visit iconic locations. Bring your camera, and be prepared for the trip of a lifetime! Highlights, stops, and tours include, but are not limited to: Empire State Building The Statue of Liberty Times Square Grand Central Station Fifth Avenue Wall Street 9/11 Museum - tour Lunch in or around Times Square Broadway play – Lion King (subject to change for another Broadway play) West Point Military Academy – tour Legendary Thayer Hotel – lunch Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) Home and Museum - tour Vanderbilt Mansion - tour Catered meals Your HOP hosts Motorcoach and bus driver Tour guide Gratuities and more Prices for this HOP Two-person rig: $1,210.00 Additional person: $495.00 One-person rig: $725.00 To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873 For more information, see: http://www.escapees.com/HOP/NewYorkandHudsonRiver.aspx HOP Cancellation Policy: HOP Cancellation Policy View upcoming HOPs: HOPs Visit the HOPs on Facebook: www.facebook.com/EscapeesHOPs I know you will have a wonderful time at the New York City and the Hudson Valley HOP! See you at the HOP! Safe travels and SKP hugs, Lisa Koca #86367 HOP Director Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Drive Livingston, Texas 77351
  4. After a wonderful week of Escapade seminars, you will want to take a relaxing but fun-filled tour. Board a luxury coach with a fun, knowledgeable tour guide, enjoy the beautiful scenic roads of Vermont, and learn about the region’s rich history. Learn the quarrying and manufacturing processes at Rock of Ages, and browse the historic photos and exhibits. This guided tour will stop at an overlook of Smith Granite Quarry, which is approximately 600 feet deep and is believed to be the largest operating deep-hole, dimension granite quarry in the world. Sandblast your own stone souvenir and shop for granite gifts, jewelry, rocks and minerals at the gift shop. Lunch will be included at Sarducci’s in Montpelier, which is the number one restaurant in the city, serving Italian Mediterranean-style food with outstanding service in an informal setting. After lunch, stroll through the Cold Hollow Cider Mill Country Store and learn about pressing cider. The aroma in the mill comes from the legendary cider donuts, which were featured in Gourmet Magazine as one of the top four donuts in the country! On occasion, the evaporator will be fired up to make cider jelly. The bakery continually turns out delectable treats, such as apple pies, pumpkin rolls, turnovers, and the general store offers the famous pure Vermont maple syrup, as well as Vermont-made Cheddar cheeses. The last stop of the day will be a treat at Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory. Tour the factory and learn the history of how Jerry opened their first ice cream scoop shop in a renovated gas station. Learn how ice cream is made and have a taste, too! Registration Includes: · Tour and history - Rock of Ages Granite Quarry · Sandblast your own stone souvenir! · Lunch is included at Sarducci’s. · Cold Hollow Cider Mill Country Store · Famous Vermont Apple Cider taste · Tour of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory and a taste, too! · A fun knowledgeable tour guide and narration of Vermont’s rich history · Private motor coach and driver for transportation · HOP souvenir · All taxes and gratuities Schedule subject to change. Prices for this HOP Last day to sign up for this HOP is: May 2, 2016 $89.00 per person The price of the HOP does not include RV parking. However, we will be glad to help you with your extended stay for the HOP. When registering, remember to tell the call center you will also need RV parking. To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873 For more information, e-mail hopinfo@escapees.com. After registering You will receive a confirmation letter with the schedule of events and the location of the RV campground. Note HOP attendees: If you register for a post-Escapade HOP, please come to the HOP table and pick up your welcome packet after you register for the Escapade. The HOP table is generally located near the registration table in Hospitality. This packet will have important information about the HOP that you will need prior to the HOP. There will be a considerable amount of walking; please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat, sunscreen, and a camera for those amazing pictures of Vermont! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the fabulous history of Vermont! See you at the HOP! Safe travels and SKP hugs, Lisa Koca HOP Director Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Drive Livingston, Texas 77351 888-757-2582
  5. Post Escapade HOP Maple Syrup, Basin Harbor, and Lake Champlain July 29, 2016 After a wonderful week of Escapade seminars and workshops, you may want to take a relaxing but fun-filled tour around the area. Board a luxury coach with a knowledgeable tour guide, and enjoy the charming roads of Vermont. Driving along the shores of Lake Champlain, you will learn about the region’s rich history. First stop will be at the Dakin Farm, located in the beautiful rolling hills of the Champlain Valley. Featured on The Food Channel, Dakin Farm showcases a sugarhouse that has been boiling sap for over 58 years! See a King Style Maple Syrup Evaporator, which boils the sweet sap from the local hardwood sugar maple trees into the pure, yummy Vermont maple syrup, and see their USDA plant where meats and cheeses are smoked using the farm’s original 1800s Vermont recipes. Enjoy the spacious gift shop, which offers a wide array of Vermont specialty food products, including the famous Vermont Cabot cheese. Remember to taste their samples, too, especially some maple sugar in the “snow”! The Basin Harbor encompasses 700 acres with over a mile on the Lake Champlain shore, and has some of the most beautiful views in the world! Lunch will be included at the Basin Harbor Club. After lunch, enjoy a peaceful and scenic cruise on Lake Champlain aboard a U.S. Coast Guard vessel. After the cruise, visit the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and step aboard a 1776 gunboat replica Philadelphia II docked at the waterfront. Explore the lake’s 300+ historic shipwrecks, learn what made this area so pivotal to Benedict Arnold’s fleet during the American Revolution. Learn about the Native Americans, the early French explorers, the 26 steamboats of Lake Champlain, and the historic Champlain Bridge. Last but not least, “I scream for ice cream!” stop. Your Package Includes: Dakin Farm and hors d'oeuvres stop Taste the famous Vermont maple syrup Basin Harbor – some of the most beautiful views in the world! Buffet lunch is included at Basin Harbor Club. Cruise on Lake Champlain Lake Champlain Maritime Museum Stop - I scream for ice cream! A knowledgeable tour guide and narration of Vermont’s rich history. Private motor coach and driver for transportation. A HOP souvenir All taxes and gratuities Schedule subject to change. There will be a considerable amount of walking; please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat, sunscreen, and a camera for those amazing pictures of Vermont! Prices for this HOP $89.00 per person To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873 After registering, you will receive a confirmation letter with the schedule of events and the location of the RV campground. The cost of the HOP does not include parking fees. For the Vermont Escapade, we are offering extended stays for the HOPs. If you are going on a HOP, please let them know when you register for Escapade. Note HOP attendees: If you register for a post-Escapade HOP, please come to the HOP table and pick up your welcome packet after you register for the Escapade. The HOP table is generally located near the registration table in Hospitality. This packet will have important information about the HOP that you will need prior to the HOP For more info on this HOP, click: https://www.escapees.com/skp_files/hop/event.php?id=27 See you at the HOP! Lisa Koca HOP Director Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Dr. Livingston, Texas 77351 888-757-2582 Email: headout@escapees.com Website: www.escapees.com/fun/hop Facebook: www.facebook.com/escapeeshops
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