Glass Blowing, Cheese and Maple Syrup

We drove to Quechee Vermont this morning. It took us about 2 hours from Westborough, Massachusetts.

We visited the Quechee Gorge and had lunch at the Snack Bar. The weather was lovely.

We checked into our picture postcard inspired hotel the Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm. It was original built in the 1700ā€™s by Colonel Joseph and Dorothy Marsh who was also the first Lieutenant Governor.

Glenn and Becky were informed that their room could be visited by Mary, a former person (GHOST!) who lived here.

We drove into the Simon Pierce Flagship Store.

This establishment is fueled by the rushing Ottauquechee. The glass blowing studio is turbine-powered. It was fascinating to watch.

This is the water that is powering the turbine and you can see the Quechee covered bridge in the background

We then decided to visit the Sugarbush Farm. We spoke to the most charming woman who later we found out is the matriarch of the farm. We sampled cheese and maple syrup made completely on this working farm.

Glenn put Ocala on their map!

We had reservations at the restaurant in the hotel.

Strawberry rhubarb margarita.

And berry crisp topped with homemade vanilla bean ice cream

We asked if we could please be rolled to our rooms.

It was a wonderful day!

Tomorrow we leave for New Hampshire

About Charmadawn

Jesus lover šŸ’œ Wife of Steve for 36 years šŸ’œ Mom to 2 grown kiddos šŸ’œ BB to grandsons Jack, Luke and Patrick Joseph šŸ’œ5 years ago we purchased, Rescued and Restored a 118 year old farmhouse and we live together as a multigenerational household. Come follow our crazy. Isaiah 54:7
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