We haven’t been north in nearly two years, which is atypical for us and much too long between trips. As I’m fond of saying, real life sometimes gets in the way. Hopefully, we’ll be back on track with a northward journey in the next few months. In the interim, the dry spell, I’ve gotten by with photos from past trips and that delightful Weekends with Yankee series I mentioned in a recent post.
Today, I’m sharing a visit to that quintessential New England village, Woodstock, Vermont. While the town has a green, multiple inns, and the expected charming shops, I prefer the “less traveled” views. Naturally, I am ever mindful of the need to preserve privacy and respect private property; the photos below were all taken from a public street or walkway.
Note the book sale sign; we patronized it, and I brought home two fun cookbooks. A library book sale will stop me in my tracks any time!
The flowers up north always look more vibrant to me.
Who doesn’t love a carriage house?
Or any of these magnificent houses, for that matter?
Note: I’m a bit behind on my posts—it’s been a busy time. Hoping to catch up with some fun future musings, from grand hotels to a “biscuit test”. Thank you for following… I hope you’ll stay tuned and also share posts that you enjoy with your friends.