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Monday, October 4, 2004

My many days of heads-down travel writing had come to an end, it was time put the rubber to the road and leave the Wal-Mart parking lot, my overnight safety net that had continually plucked me from the abyss of late night wake-up calls. Wake-up calls courtesy of the police of course.

Today was going to be a day of touring. I cracked open my Let's Go Travel Guide to the write-up on Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory as part of my pre-trip planning.

The day's road trip would be a long one, I had plans to drive from Burlington, VT to Acadia National Park, located on a large island on the Maine Coast. On the way I'd swing into Waterbury, VT to checkout the Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory.

After saying goodbye to my parking lot neighbors, I headed out.

On the way out I noticed one of the RVs had this huge dragonfly on its grill. In the past I had seen everything from Christmas wreaths to cow horns but never a dragonfly. I found myself wishing I had one for my van.

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