Saturday, October 8, 2011

Spur-of-the-moment trip to Vermont

It was only a few weeks ago when we traveled to DC, then on Thursday we traveled again. But, this time our destination was Vermont. The latter trip was spur-of-the-moment travel.

It was one of those days when I sought for my native foods, so I went to a nearby Asian Store to satisfied my cravings. When I came home from grocery shopping, I received a message from husband, if I would like to go and spent overnight in Vermont! He was just two hours drive from home, and instructed me to pack our things. Oh wow, we really have a busy life! I will say we are a family who is always on the go!

I'm bombarding you with pictures again! Taking photograph is very important in our travel bucket list.
Picturesque view of Jenne Farm located in Reading, Vermont. This farm is New England's most photographed farm, and even North America's.

How famous is this farm? Photos of the farm appeared on notecards, calendars, magazine covers and posters. We arrived at the farm before sunrise and there were 15 other photographers shooting Jenne Farm.

Jenne Farm also appeared in a Budweiser commercial, and served as a setting in movies Forrest Gump and Funny Farm.

Because this was an unplanned trip I called this as my spur-of-the-moment outfit. I didn't get a chance to stare at my small closet and not thought of what to wear. Good thing, for me, this outfit wasn't bad at all.
This was the lil' man's outfit.

Freezin' cold in Vermont.

With my lil' man about to give me a kiss. Sweet! Good capture, hubby.

The Lil' Man and me.

Pictures from my iPod touch. Still my first DSLR camera is kaput. I can't wait to have it back from a repair shop.

Beautiful spot at Jenne Farm for flying a kite with 29 degrees external temperature; followed with breakfast at Eaton's Sugarhouse- Mr.Freddy got his new toy truck from Eaton's souvenir shop; stopped by at a cheese store with some cool vintage Coca-cola sign in Sugar Hill, NH.

The Woodchuck Hollow Lane in Washington, VT- one of the deadliest road we had ever driven in our life. Behind this postcard-like picture, the muddy and narrow cliff hanging roads surprised us and terrified me the most. There's no other way for us to went backward, instead we have to went forward. Husband had to get out of the car every bend of the road trying to figure out how to overcome the boulders. In every bump the car hit the boulder I got jitters while Mr.Freddy was giggling and thought it was all fun! Thank God, we surpassed the obstacles and we got out of this out-of-nowhere road alive!

A pose before an unforgettable experience at Woodchuck Hollow Lane.

And let the journey continued after the terrifying road experience- sipped on a local New Hampshire drink soda made of sugarcane.

The small post office in a hamlet town called Sugar Hill, New Hampshire.

With scariest and unforgettable road trip experience, it was enjoyable after all. Another great memories and adventure I will be telling with Mr.Freddy someday when I turn old.


Pralinka said...

you're the mom that everyone is dreaming about! you're amazing :)
By the way, I just found your blog and I have to say that I really like it!– your style is original and I read your blog with alot of pleasure. I adore blog like yours :) so.. I just wonder..if we could follow each other..Please answer! But even if your answer is “no” I’ll be still your reader

with love,
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Alex said...

hi, very nice photos and I like the idea of your blog. I followed..follow back?

playwithfashion said...

Love the post! You look so cool in this wolf t-shirt.

Vertiginoso said...

WOow this pastoral landscape (literally) is Breathtaking, AND you dazzle with a lot of roaring mischievousness on it Dear !!!

à Bientôt, Antoine

Corey @ Learning Patience said...

Looks amazing....great the post office shot... :-)
xoxo from Trinidad

fashiongamble said...

wow these pictures are stunnig. The Lansdscape!!!

POLLIANI said...

great pics

Sabrina said...


Xochiltyay said...

thanks for the comment!
and of course I would love it if we followed each other!
I love your blog and I hope you love mine as well <3


babylovesfashion said...

I just spend an hour on your blog!your pictures are amezing you are one hell-good-looking-mom and your son is adorable little fello!!
thanks for visiting course Ill follow you!!!

PAPS said...

Lovely blog and the pictures are amazing. Stumbled upon your blog and I am glad I did your blog inspires me. Like to follow each other.

The Foolish Aesthete said...

It looks like the leaves are really turning in the East Coast. These Vermont photos are beautiful!

Elle ღ said...

Hi, thanks for the comment! I like your blog, your son is so cute and you make beautiful pictures :) Following!


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PAPS said...

Thanks for following me. Following back.

Dana Paramita said...

oh god i really love your blog! <3

incredibilmente said...

Helo! I love your style! You have very beautiful pics! I will follow you:)
Big hug & kiss:)

Noora Katariina said...

I like your blog :) Followed you. So want to follow me back?

Everyone loves fashion said...

speechless landscapes.. :) Actually i always wanted to visit England or Scotland :) Really stunning pics.. :) Of course i love your blog and think we could follow each other easily! Keep going and thanks for such lovely words to me :) I really appreciate it!

Denise said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and following. I was already following you.

identitysolutions said...

Hi Sam - I nominated for the “The Blogger’s Award” because I love following your posts . Here is the link to the post:
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Mom Daughter Style said...

I enjoyed your pictures once again. It looks so cold there. Here the weather is so warm kahit October na.

Sam said...

These photos are truly magical.
Your outfit is so snazzy.
I really like your header, adorable!

Everyone loves fashion said...

I'm a new follower too :) Have a nice day!

Miu said...

Beautiful pictures!

gherlashdawn said...

I've been to a lot of places across the US. I've been as far North as Kodiak, Alaska, As far down as Panama, but there is no place like Vermont. Britain work permit scheme is still one of the best ways of gaining entry to the UK. I love the clean air, the sounds of nature early in the morning, the crisp smell of fall, obviously the beautiful trees, and the no-nonsense manner in which Vermonters communicate.

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