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Hello, and welcome to my second installment of experiences and photos from our recent trip to the New England states! For a more proper introduction to this mini-series, be sure to check out East Coast Excursions – Part 1: Woodstock, VT.

If you arrived at this post via the link at the end of the aforementioned, thanks for reading, and I’m glad you are still interested! (I’ll stop the rambling now and just get to it.)

‘All work and no play…’

Continue Reading … East Coast Excursions – Part 2: Summer Things To Do In VT


“Traveling: it leaves you speechless, and then turns you into a storyteller.” Or, blogger. 🙂

As alluded to in previous posts, my husband and I, along with his family, voyaged East last month to spend some time volunteering. We stayed in a remote city of Vermont, called Ludlow, which has a population of approximately 800, and drove anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and a half in order to find residents. Some of these homes were nestled so deeply into the side of a mountain that, even in a versatile SUV with 4-wheel drive, we almost could not reach them! It was not a good commute for the faint-of-heart, though, it was extremely beautiful, serene, and, of course, rewarding.

At the start and conclusion of our volunteering week, we scheduled some time to do a bit of sightseeing. For the first installment of this East Coast Excursions series, I wanted to share some highlights from our first day, which was spent in a quaint village of Vermont named Woodstock.

Continue Reading … East Coast Excursions – Part 1: Woodstock, Vermont