Another scenic drive.

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Fortified with a wonderful meal, we continued our aimless wandering through Vermont.

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It’s hard to take a bad photo there, especially in the fall. Mountains, trees, and cows.

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Mountains, cows, and farms.

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Every once in a while you’ll pass through a town.

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Then it’s back to mountains, trees, and cows.

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And a very serious porch lover.

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Also, there were fish.

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I have no explanation for random fish, but they were delightful all the same.

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20 thoughts on “Another scenic drive.”

  1. You know how much I love a nice porch, but I ain’t sweeping that one. The little town is so quaint I would have to buy one of every t-shirt and have lunch twice. Natural beauty, adventure, romance, trout in the streams and on a retaining wall, wow, what a journey. Thanks for letting us all have a peek.

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  2. Wow that porch is a bit aggressive don’t you think? I sure do and I’m with Kenny, there is no way in hell I’d sweep that darn thing. Anyway, you know I love me some bovine pictures even if I do see them everyday on my drive to work and here at work. And till I don’t get tired of them, they are so freaking cute! That town main street is picturesque, I just love it and I can see some of the trees turning orange and red, wow!

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  3. That building with the multiple porches looks like a building about twenty minutes from where I live. It sits at an intersection, and for a long time was a popular bar and restaurant. I don’t know if anyone is currently operating out of there, but if I hit the lottery I might buy it. I like that photo. I also like the random fish. I don’t know why. I just do. Random. Fish.

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  4. I think the fish are not random. They are there to make sure the wall does not lull motorists to sleep from being so boring! I’m betting before the fish were there a lot of drivers scraped their cars along the wall, damaging cars and wall.

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