Updated on September 19, 2019
Autumn in New England is not to be taken lightly. It’s when the green around us gets replaced by flaming oranges and bright reds and golden yellows, but not for long. Soon most of the color will disappear, and slowly but surely, frosty white will take its place.
Amidst the maple pecan lattes, blushed cheeks, fall fashion, and seasonal delights, there’s a sense of time … Read the rest
Top left: Boston. Top right: Castle Hill Lighthouse, Newport, Rhode Island. Bottom left: Northeast Kingdom, Vermont. Middle: Merimere Reservoir, Meriden, Connecticut. Middle right: Camden, Maine. Bottom right: New Hampshire.
This post is part of the Bootsnall 30 Days of Indie Travel Project Prompt #26: PHOTO
The photo is from 2009, when my husband and I hiked up to Mount Mansfield’s summit in Vermont. The mountain resembles the reclining profile of a man and so certain high points are referred to as Chin, Nose and Forehead. Extreme climatic conditions of the ridgeline support the growth … Read the rest
As I gear up for a holiday filled with snowmobiling and sledding, I look back on a trip we took to Vermont, few years back in the middle of a very cold February. It was a guided snowmobiling trip on trails maintained by the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST). My first time on a snowmobile. As I spun around on a frozen lake (under … Read the rest