Monday, September 20, 2010

Nature's paintbrush...


Early autumn in Vermont...


Leaves are turning colors...



Hannah never misses a ride...


or a photo op!


While we were enjoying the view...
she went for a walk.


The photos speak for themselves. It's so peaceful and lovely in Vermont. We really hated to come home.

We stopped off at the Vermont Wreath Company in Danby, Vermont and enjoyed some antique shopping. What a great place! We will return there for sure
. I bought a little something there...but that is for another post.

Meanwhile back at the ranch, it is Monday...busy week ahead. How is your week shaping up?

Happy Monday! As always,


enjoy the day!

5 comments:

Shelley said...

I have always heard there is no place like Vermont in the Autumn...I would love to visit someday to see for myself but,thank you so much for sharing a peek....Hannah get off that railroad track...you are giving me a fright...:)...blessings on your week.

Mrs. Staggs said...

That's what I thought of immediately too! Hannah, get off those tracks!

I would love to see Vermont in the Autumn one day, as well.

Lena

April said...

I adore the first photo..the road leading into such a beautiful landscape..the house tucked away.

And Finally A Teacup that would hold just the Right amount of hot tea for ME!!!

Hannah- is that a train whistle we hear!!! Yes! All the ladies are worried over you...Get Moving, Gal!!!

AngelMc said...

Awwwhhhh, just beautiful, maybe someday I'll get to visit.
We/I had planned an RV (rented)trip up the east coast this spring, but it didn't work out...

Flutterby Patch said...

What a fab trip, lucky you. I'm always fascinated by the English place names you have and wonder what history lies behind them. I noticed these names on the Wreath Company website.....Rutland, Bromley and Killington. Rutland is our smallest county here in England, Bromley is a town in southern England and Killington is a place not far from me in the north. There are hundreds to choose from once you start to look at a map. Have a great week.