Vermont in the fall is like living in a world that is on fire… not literally, but the trees, all the colors. It's freaking crazy amazing and no matter how many years I have lived here (all my life) I still am in awe of of the beautifulness of it all.
Being the good Vermonters that we are, the mr and I have taken to the road a couple times for some leaf pepping. We pack a picnic lunch, a few layers of clothes, get in the car and fallow the color. The music goes on(or NPR), a little bit of heat blowing from the dash, and settle in for an adventure. I bring my camera and he brings his fishing pole (just in case) Sometime we find a nice hiking trail, or sometimes we stay in the car cause it's pouring rain and freezing out. We always stop somewhere and get ourselves big hot cups of coffee and maybe stop at a quaint antique store (or salvation army) along the way. We also like to find our dream homes in the cuties little towns nestled in the valleys between the mountains all on fire. (someday!) It's just so much lovely and nice. I can never get enough.
Ah Vermont… I love you.
So needless to say, I have taken a crap-load of pictures over the past couple weeks. I figured I would share a few of my favorites.
Enjoy, and if you live where the trees turn, go watch.. it's freaking fantastic!