Welcome to the beautiful Northeast Kingdom of Vermont! We loved it so much we ended up extending our stay. Although, that doesn't mean it didn't come with its ups and downs. We had our fair share of wind and rain and a visit from a black and white kitty (aka skunk).
When the weather was nice we made the most of it! Multiple people along the way told us Lake Willoughby was a must see. We made our way there and it did not disappoint.
It is a beautiful glacial lake right between two mountains. These mountains that were once one, split by a glacier to create Mt. Hor (across the lake) and Mt. Pisgah (the one I'm standing on).
Yoga on a mountain just never gets old!
It's no wonder why Vermont is called the Green Mountain State.
This stop I only have yoga and hiking to share with you but a new recipe is coming soon!
Even the clouds are photogenic in Vermont!
Yoga isn't always easy in jeans... but if there is a will there is a way!
Playing among the clouds!
Hudson doesn't seem to mind his new skunky smell but I will be happy whenever (if ever) it goes away!
Not a bad place to spend some time on a boat.
Post sunset colors at our camp spot on Island Pond in Brighton State Park.
We found pickled fiddlehead ferns at this adorable little market. They are pretty much a local delicacy!
When one of the best breweries in the world is nearby, we must stop in. In this case not once, but twice and totally worth it. Delicious brews with amazing views of the Green Mountains, plus there is plenty of outdoor space for the husky to hang with us! That's all I have for you this week. Check back soon to see our adventures in New Hampshire and to see what I am cooking up with all the local asparagus and fiddlehead ferns!