Friday, July 6, 2012

Six States Whirlwind

I know I went back east for the Vermont Quilt Fest, but really that was my excuse to go. I went through six states while on this little trip and had only been to New York and one small part of New Jersey. My favorite parts of the trip have to do with the people I spent time with and the fun memories we made and memories I will treasure.  But I'm always fascinated with the scenery and especially love the tall steeples. Here's a few of my favorite photos.








Sunset at Lake Winnapesaukee

I had such an amazing time and feel very fortunate to have been able to do this.

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing.

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  2. Love your photos. Makes me want to visit too!

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  3. Making memories with friends = bliss! Love all your pictures.

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  4. Your pictures are lovely! Glad your trip was so great.

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  5. Trips like this are good for the soul - thanks for sharing!

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  6. Love your pictures. The houses are amazing, can you just see yourself sitting upstairs, sewing and looking out at the view?? The church steeples are a work of art. Thank you for sharing your trip with us!

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  7. Beautiful pictures! Another steeple lover here. When we went to Vermont years ago I took pictures of foliage and steeples and nothing else. :)

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  8. I looked for you and Barb on those steps! lol Was that your backyard view where you stayed in NH? Gorgeous!

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  9. I wish I had gone this year, so many people I know who went.
    I have been up there once, a long time ago, so would be nice to spend a week in vermont.

    Debbie

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  10. Takes me back to my childhood .... thanks!

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  11. Oh Lori, your pictures are fabulous, what building it that with the gold roof and columns? I love the sunset at the water, what a perfect time of day to snap a photo.

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  12. New England wasn't my favorite place to live, but the scenery is something out of a picture book. I LOVED visiting Vermont and did so a handful of times while we lived there. Wonder if things would have turned out differently if we had landed there?

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  13. I'm still enjoying it and I have a wonderful picture of you and Barb running up to the state house . I won't embarrass you both by posting it. What went on in Vermont stays in Vermont.
    A great time was had by us. The pictures of the lake are fab.

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  14. It was so great to meet you, and lots of fun shopping, sewing and sitting by the lake. It's quite a view, isn't it! Hope we will get the chance to meet up again sometime.

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  15. Thanks for the great pics of your travels. I feel like an arm chair traveler.

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  16. Your pictures are gorgeous. My favorite is the sunset, I think, although I'd take that large white house with the porch. What a great trip you had!

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  17. Gorgeous photos! Very tempting! Never been stateside before - looks like I'm missing out !

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  18. yep, that's new england alright. white steeples everywhere...and they are gorgeous in fall too..

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  19. Great pictures!!! I would love to live in that fantastic white house with the wrap porch. Even for a little while. Glad you had a great time.

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  20. Love the scenery. Can't wait to get back there myself, since DD and a niece and a nephew have moved to New England in the past year. Another nephew lives in NC. When I went a few years ago I didn't have any relatives there, except the ones I took with me. It was an adjustment in New England to see how easy it is to cross many states in a short time. Not so much, here in the west, right?

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