Vermont mini-vacation!

Grist Mill House 1779

Back at the beginning of May, Sara and I took a mini-vacation up to Vermont for an extended weekend.  Just to get away and recharge a little.  I brought a bag with some film and the Hasselblad and some various Polaroid cameras and took some shots throughout our little weekend trek, just stopping wherever inspiration hit me to stop and take a photograph.

When we travel, I always let Sara make the plans for where we are going to stay, because she finds the most beautiful places.

This time, she booked us at the Grist Mill House Bed and Breakfast in South Woodstock, Vermont.  It is a gorgeous renovated Grist Mill from the late 1700's.  Gorgeous doesn't do it justice - it was amazing and beautiful.  We had access to the main floor and the upstairs which housed our bedroom.  The common room was just a fantastic place to relax and chat.

Queechee Gorge Polaroid

(Polaroid of Queechee Gorge, Queechee VT)


(random VT road, Hasselblad)

More images from our trip can be seen behind the cut:


(random VT road, Hasselblad)


(Abandoned barn, Queechee VT, Hasselblad)

We are already planning our return to the Grist Mill House.  It was such an awesome place, and the owners were fantastic to chat with.  They have relatives here in Nashua NH.  Small world.