No, not yet.
But there are indeed islands in Vermont.
It’s possible because Lake Champlain is so frickin’ big. I swear as you drive around it, you’d think it was an inland sea.
So on our first full day, we drove north through the Heroes, (North and South…not super) and Grand Isle.
It was lovely.
Rich, rolling farmland with mountain backdrops…
And the lake on both sides.
There were cows….
( I do. I totally do…)
And we happily played tourist, enjoying the natural beauty.
It’s a big friggin’ lake.
As we came to the end of the islands…
And realized we didn’t have our passports, New York it was.
Which is where we saw geese.
Lots and lots…
And lots of geese.
Seriously, they went on forever.
More farmland on the New York side.
As well as a massive apple orchard.
So naturally we had to go inside and partake of it’s massive appley goodness.
And oh, the smell!
They should bottle it…. Eau de la Apple Crate. I would happily bathe in it.
So after buying apples, apple pie, apple turnovers, apple cider donuts and apple blossom honey we waddled out and continued touring.
More farm land…
More geese. You get the picture…
We headed south through Plattsburgh, and I’m sorry… but Plattsburgh? You suck. The part we experienced was dirty, foul smelling, full of air pollution and had that “we just don’t care anymore” attitude.
As boring as my vacation blogs are, even I’m not going to post pictures of you.