Cheese, waterfalls, covered bridges, a historic bed and breakfast and yes, some color, we did have a very nice trip in the jeep.Day 3, Monday, our first stop in Vermont was Cabot Cheese in Cabot. We just happened to come across it and how could we not check it out? We joined a factory tour and tasted several of their flavored/aged cheddar cheeses and then bought some of course:)
|no pics allowed on the tour but plenty of cheddar cheese to taste!|
Warren Falls. What a delightful stop! Lovely area!
|more Warren Falls|
|Moss Glenn Falls also on the Mad River Byway|
This National Historical Park was formed to promote restoration, preservation and conservation after Vermonts forests were nearly decimated by the early settlers
|Taftsville Covered Bridge, 1836, the oldest covered bridge in Windsor County and the 2nd longest in VT|
Harpoon Brewery in Windsor, VT
We stayed our last night at The Snapdragon Inn in Windsor, VT. A place with an interesting history, this home was originally owned by Maxwell Perkins, editor to Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald among others. Hemingway apparently spent a lot of time in this home. Very cool!
The Green Mountains in Vermont and the White Mountains in New Hampshire are stunning in their beauty.
We will be back. I want to see that brilliant New England fall! Just looking at these pics can you imagine what it must be like when the fall colors are at their best??
|White Mountain National Forest, 1858 covered bridge, NH|