Quick Vermont Recap

The peak of Killington was absolutely stunning & FREEZING:

Here is my {far more advanced snowboarder than myself} boyfriend going down the hill.  I practically lost  my hand taking this picture, that's how cold it was...


On our way out of Killington, we drove past this sweet little farm.  This is how I've always imagined Vermont to look in the winter...


It was a short trip, but ended up being a blast.  Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I am keeping that one of the farmhouse. Will give credit, of course, if I ever use it!

    : )

    Alaina

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  2. I have never been there but I thought the same thing. I always thought that it would look like that in the winter. So pretty.

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  3. That picture is amazing! I bet it was freezing!

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  4. Wow - your pictures are amazing! It looks freezing too.

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  5. Ahhh you fed my obsession with red barns! Your pictures are beautiful.

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  6. Beautiful photos! My hubby is a big snowboarder, but whenever I've tried I spend more time on my (freezing) ass than anything else. You can find me in the lodge with a hot beverage!

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  7. Glad you had a nice relaxing weekend away- looks like it was stunning from the top of the mountain!

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  8. that red barn and snow, just gorgeous. Haven't been to Vermont in years. used to love it.

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  9. Such gorgeous photos- quintessentially New England!

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  10. I love the barn photo so much, I'm using it as wallpaper on my computer! Gorgeous.

    Glad you guys were safe!

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  11. Looks like a wonderful getaway; glad you had a good time! I'm adding VT to my list of weekend trips based on this.. so pretty!

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  12. Oh, that barn is just amazing!! What lovely photos.

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  13. I love that red barn.
    I can almost feel the cold. brrr.
    pve

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  14. Love Vermont! So beautiful and picturesque. i will admit that i have not skied Killington in a few years...once i got a taste of the powder and weather out West, there was no going back to new England skiing.

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