Wanderlust to Vermont

March 19th, 2015

A Vermont vacation in the Fall- that’s what dreams are made of. For a long as I can remember, Fall is one of my absolute favorite seasons, and spending it in the East- Vermont, Maine, Connecticut is high on my ‘bucket list’.

I have this vision that goes beyond beautiful foliage and breathtaking views, something that is along the lines of a Thomas Kinkade painting- picturesque and yet homey at the same time. I can picture a quaint bed and breakfast with a breathtaking view, sipping steaming hot coffee on a cool morning from a front porch. The ultimate vision of relaxation.

Having friends in neighboring states, I have seen photos that show there is so much to do with every season. Skiing in the winter, beautiful blooming flowers in the Spring, spending Summers on the lakes. Being a coastal Southern girl, I believe the knowledge of having a ‘real’ definition between each season is part of the enticement, along with my never-ending wanderlust and desire to explore new places, experience new things.

Granted, I know that I couldn’t go East without a visit to the Big Apple, but I suspect the ‘busyness’ of the city would grow old quickly. I love the solitude of being close to forests I can walk in, small villages and towns that I can explore, filled with quaint shops, and charming shop owners. Small restaurants which offer amazing local cuisine. Doesn’t it make you want to pack your bags NOW? Well, it does me too.

I would love to know what your favorite Vermont establishments are. Everything from restaurants to small boutique shops. What should I ‘not miss’ if I were planning a trip today? Inquiring minds want to know- and I’m sure I’m not the only one. I’m definitely taking notes so that when that day comes- I’ll know exactly where I want to spend my time. Thanks y’all.

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