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Activities while taking King Arthur baking classes

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Activities while taking King Arthur baking classes

5 women in our family are attending afternoonbaking classes at the King Arthur Flour center October 10 - 13. Does anyone have suggestions for us for the mornings and evenings? We will have a car and are hoping there will be beautiful leaves to see, so if you have suggestions for some nearby morning drives or breakfast spots that would be great. Thanks!

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1. Re: Activities while taking King Arthur baking classes

Afternoon Heymar,

Where are you staying?

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2. Re: Activities while taking King Arthur baking classes

For breakfast Lou's across the river from King Arthur in Hanover is good. Hanover is a beautiful town to walk around as well.

Ditto David-where are you staying? Will help us give you a more detailed response.

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Oops-sorry I left that part out! We will be at the Residence Inn in Lebanon, NH.

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Evening - Take a in a show at Tupelo Music Hall in White River Junction. Richard Thompson is playing on Tuesday 11th - Live Music on a Tuesday night! http://www.tupelohallvermont.com

Other thoughts would be Simon Pierce Factory in Windsor vermont. If the leaves are good there are some nice hiking trails at Mount Ascutney or you can take the road up and then make some smaller hikes at the top.

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5. Re: Activities while taking King Arthur baking classes

Morning Hetmar,

The Norwich Inn does a fine supper and has a wonderful atmosphere. You must also visit Dan & Wits general store next door...a wonderful institution.

Go to Hanover as has been mentioned, over to Quechee gorge and Woodstock which is less than 30 minutes drive away. Another drive south might be to Windsor where you will see the longest covered bridge in New England. Another drive could be north to Sharon and then take a covered bridges loop towards Chelsea. Here you will find about a dozen covered bridges all near each other. Pick up a Vermont State map free from any welcome centre and the route is highlighted.

If you want a longer drive scoot down I91 south and visit Grafton and Chester.

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Since you are staying in NH you might want to post there also for suggestions on things to do and see in NH.

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7. Re: Activities while taking King Arthur baking classes

Thank you all for your help! It reminds me how many nice people there are everywhere!

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We are so anxious for the 2015 class schedule we are going october 2015 and hope to take a least one class

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