At the Vermont Welcome Center Adam found another guy to talk about this amazing Dory. I wish I got better shot from above, it was so beautiful inside.
A visit to our favorite Farmers Market. Sweet and perfect in every way.
An indoor Living Machine at the rest area on Route 89. All waste/water is naturally processed and made reusable after taking its route through the attached greenhouse. Pretty amazing.
As the valet walked us to our room and told us all the things we needed to know about where we are staying and what there is to do in the area (hello Long Trail right outside our window), he also spoke of the excitement among staff regarding the wedding that was to take place that evening. I thought the enthusiasm was sweet because I imagine there are weddings here often. To be genuinely happy and have such great energy for each couple... love.
Even better, the bride's suite was next door to us! She was out on her terrace and we were able to wish her congratulations. It's funny, even though a perfect stranger, something about seeing a bride makes you feel so genuinely happy for her. Also, I haven't been to this town since my own honeymoon so a bride sighting felt rather nostalgic.
My first set of postcards. This is a trip that has been long in the planning and saving for... (we are more accustomed to sleeping on the forest floor than a spa menu)... but someone here is having a pretty special birthday (today!!) and we are spoiling him as much as we can this week. Gruelling hikes by day, jacuzzi, piano lounge, and fireplace by night.