8.17.2015

IN VERMONT / IN PARTNERSHIP WITH EVERYBODY RISE


We had intended to bugger on outta Vermont immediately after staying at Killington, but the owners of the Snapdragon Inn in Windsor, Vermont, contacted me on Instagram + offered us a room for the night if we wanted to stay + poke around a little bit longer. We'd found ourselves completely smitten with all the antiquing + the funny stand-offishness of the locals, not to mention maple ice cream, so we were so excited to accept. 


Killer rootbeer at the Harpoon Brewery!


I miss my mommy!


And my daddy too. :)


Huck behaving rather Huckishly. Completely delightful, isn't it?


yessssssssss


We also visited a glass blowing / clay throwing studio while we were in Windsor and it was THE BEST.  


Oh! We also had dinner at Windsor Station, which was amazing!


When in Rome . . . 


Look at that form! 

Ok wow that was a lot of pictures.

11 comments :

  1. Vermont sounds lovely! Also, I cannot imagine growing up with the expectations that come along with being a middle schooler in New England. Wow!

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  2. Gonna need some outfit details on this one, Natalie... boy was it good!

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  3. I love your pictures! Looks like you are having an amazing time in your new home!
    Love
    Pili

    Records of my Troubles

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  4. As usual, I find myself forwarding this to my ex...we agree on very little but your adventures always seem to intrigue us both. I love maple everything and we are big fans of our local glass/pottery studios...delightful

    I went to Grants Pass a few years ago on a coastal trek with an ex. A good friend of mine's folks a few other people I've met are also from there. It seems like such a small town, too. They probably all know each other :)

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  5. fabulous photos!!

    http://amoderngypsy.blogspot.com/2015/08/worn-42.html

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  6. I really enjoyed the photos in this post and that book sounds so much fun. I needed this for Monday.

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  7. So I just reserved the e-book in my library and even though it came out TODAY there are already 8 people on the list in front of me lol. Sounds like just the right kind of read to end the summer with. Also I adore these photos.

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  8. Ahhhhh you're making me long for another trip to Snapdragon Inn! Glad to see you had a wonderful time. New England is truly unique and I'm coming up on my 1 year anniversary up here since leaving it 7 years ago for NYC. Totally enjoying raising my kids up here!

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  9. I've been following along here for a while and had to comment now because you were in my neck of the woods! I totally agree with the funny stand-off-ishness of Vermonters. They are a a rare breed of cat (I can say that cause I married one) - they like their privacy and to keep to themselves, but they are always willing to roll up their flannel sleeves and pitch in when a neighbor is in need.

    Looks like you had some great weather for your stay!

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