Vermont has 623,000 people. You can fit 29 Vermont’s into Texas. That being said, Burlington,
Vermont is an adorable city to go to!
red, orange, and yellow leaves! The changing of the colors only lasts for about two weeks before
the leaves fall off the tree and it becomes what the locals call ‘twig season’. My favorite term that
I learned is “leaf peeper”. A leaf peeper is someone who goes to visit and see the leaves changing
restaurants. The first night here I had Leunig’s Bistro. Ohmygod! It was SO good! I got the
Chai Glazed Scallops and HIGHLY RECOMMEND them!! Yummy!
maple flavor. It’s really yummy! The restaurant everyone recommended was Burlington Bay –
aka the building with the blue roof. This place was not at all what I expected! It was an ice cream
parlor/coffee shop/liquor store! But it really did have good ice cream. Every shop has their own
recipe for a maple creemee, so everywhere you go it’s a new experience and flavor!
for its 400+ local brews! I really enjoyed the ambiance and they had some pretty good beer!
Definitely a place worth checking out!
pieces using plastic table clothes, screen printed cut paper, wire, wood support, and paint.
These sculptures were very impressive. One filled the whole room!
So far this trip has been great! Check back for an update on our next adventures! We have a great
day planned later this week!!