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Bennington, Vermont!

Monday, October 30, 2017


I finally visited Bennington! My friend, Autumn, and I became friends when she was going to college in Bennington and it always looks so appealing! I obviously ended up choosing a different route, but it was fun to think about how my life would have been different if I would have gone to school in Vermont. 

Autumn recommended the breakfast burritos at Powers Market and man! It did not disappoint! 

I got a wrap and it was super good too! Would definitely recommend both. 

We sat by the fountain and ate. Tucker was a very good boy. 

Then we did the drive home! I felt bad because our nav had us take back roads for some reason, which was much more of a focused drive than what I had to do on the way over. But J said he didn't mind haha. So, that's that. 

It was fun to do a road trip with our little buddy! He was so good in the car. It gives me faith he could go more places! As far as northeast road trips, I think the only major thing left on our list is Philadelphia. We've already done New York, Boston, Maine, and now Vermont! Well, all of our places of interest in those states, at least. Actually, I would like to go to Acadia and Bangor at some point, but I think it will be more in the future when we can really do a week or two there, because Maine is amazing!

If you guys have any recommendations for cool places to visit in the northeast that it sounds like I've missed. Lemme know! 


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