If you have followed this blog, you know that my husband, Bo, and I took a road trip to see New England last fall. What you may not know is that the trip had to be cut short because I got bronchitis. I’ve been away from writing so long because, just as I began to recover from the bronchitis, I relapsed. That time, it took much longer to bounce back. Bo also got sick, then our little Maltese, C.C., got a case of kennel cough. We were a sight, the three of us.
About That Trip:
I have lots of additional stories and photos from that trip to post, even though they are now old news. These are just two of the beautiful scenes we saw on that abbreviated trip.
This steeple among the autumn leaves really spoke to me. Of course, it is a scene that can be found anywhere in the U.S., and in many other countries. This photo was taken on a day trip over to Dartmouth University.
This is a farm in Killington, VT, that was so very peaceful-looking when seen from the highway.
More to come:
More from our New England trip coming soon, including some wonderful covered bridges, beautiful fall foliage, and some flowers that I hadn’t seen before.