I stayed at the Hotel Coolidge in White River Junction, which dates back to around 1879.
It's a lovely building and the rooms are very unique. It has the slopeiest floors I've ever seen! It was fun, I would certainly recommend it.
The rooms are simple and perfect for the old hotel.
An original phone in the hallway. I didn't try it to see if it still works!
A neighboring Catholic Church, dated 1897.
This cracks me up - it's a park & ride at 9:30am on a weekday!
Where I live, the park and rides are overfull!
I love Vermont forests. I stumbled upon this trail and enjoyed every minute of it. The forest bed of dry leaves was delightful. In the Pacific Northwest, we don't have forests of deciduous trees, so the forests are dark due to the greenery and the forests are always wet due to the forever presence of drizzle!
This kitty window ornament was in a store that sold locally made Vermont Artisan products. I think it would have come home with me, but sadly, the store was closed for the day.
After leaving Vermont, I drove on little roads through New Hampshire. This was some lake alone the way. I love the lakes in New England, most of them are undeveloped and just beautiful.
I got to meet Toby in person. He's my brother's latest cat who had to had his eye removed.
He's a lover boy for sure! It's good he rescued him and gave him a chance at the good life.
Oliver cuddles with one of his sons
The boys' room!
Great pictures. This looks like a wonderful trip! I love historical buildings and things.Toby is awesome!ReplyDelete
Looks like a great trip. Vermont is beautiful, it is the next state from me, but I rarely get there. Toby is adorable. Please visit 15andmeowing for a giveaway.ReplyDelete
I love New England! Just so much history and interesting places to visit. Gorgeous also. Glad you are having such a good time. The kitties miss you I'm sure.ReplyDelete
Wow those awe pawsum fotos. Weez suwe yous kitties will be glad to hav yous back home.ReplyDelete
Dezi and Lexi
Hope yous can join us tomowwo fur Blest Sunday by postin' yous blessings.
That's pawsome place, but I think nothing like home where da boys are ;)ReplyDelete
You make me nostalgic for when I lived in New England. Poor lonesome cats! Singing the Lonesome Cat Blues!ReplyDelete
sounds like a lovely trip..ReplyDelete