Sunday, November 16, 2014

Part Two of Vermont

Hi everyone, Happy Veteran’s Day!
I think I left off on my last post when we were visiting Stowe Mt. After that
we went to Ben & Jerry’s where we took a tour of the factory ate ice crème
and watched and listened to an employee tell about how it all started. It was
very interesting!

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I couldn’t tell if this was chalkpaint or not but I thought it was pretty neat, we
were at a restaurant in Burlington, Vt. and all the doors were like this.
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Hubs and me with the Green Mountains in the
background.
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This is the burial plots for the Von Trapp family
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Here is another view of the mountains.
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After saying good bye to our relatives we took a ferry and
crossed Lake Champlain, it took about 30 minutes.
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Little islands!
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They frown on having docks on the lakes so they have boat
houses instead that you can see on the left. We took the
scenic route home which was beautiful!

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Hope you enjoyed seeing Vermont, I loved all the scenery…it is a very beautiful state!
I still wish I could have brought their Good Will home with me.LOL
I’m also working on something, I have it all primed but today it turned to cold to
work on maybe in my next post I’ll give you a peek at what I’m working on!

Rondell





5 comments:

cynthia lee designs said...

Beautiful photos! I would love to go to Vermont someday.
~Cindy

Suzan Sweatman said...

How fun to see this- I've been to Vermont many times ( we had lunch once at the Von Trapp lodge )
I live in Montreal - so not that far at all!
Thanks for sharing.
xxx

JoAnne said...

Vermont looks really beautiful. I just love New England - we took a trip to New Hampshire last year and I loved it. BTW - I like your hubby's Steelers sweatshirt! : )

NanaDiana said...

I absolutely love Vermont and have not been there in years. The last time I was there we went to the Bear Factory in Burlington and my daughter picked out a bear. It is a beautiful state. xo Diana

C.D. Loken said...

I've never been to Vermont-but your wonderful photo's sure make me want to be there right now!!