Waking Up in Vermont

I’m not going to lie, waking up in Vermont this morning was pretty sweet. I opened my eyes to gorgeous Lake Champlain right out my window. Ahhhh…



Anne and I got our run on first thing this morning. The weather was cool, but humid, and we did 4 miles in about 35 minutes.


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When we returned to the B&B, breakfast was just about ready. It smelled so gooood!



We enjoyed the most amazing cranberry scone made with Stonyfield yogurt.





And a goat cheese omelette with fresh basil and bacon on the side.


Everything we ate for breakfast had so much flavor– perhaps because it was all organic? All I know is that it was very delicious!

Time to learn about cows and organics!


  1. Have a great day learning about cows & organics! The B&B looks beautiful 😉 and so does your breakfast. I always find that organic foods are so much more vibrant and more flavorful!

  2. What a gorgeous place! I haven’t spent much time in New England but my memories of it are beautiful. Vermont is somewhere I’d love to visit again.

  3. It looks so beautiful!!!! Can I ask where you are staying at? I would like to suprise my husband with a long weekend away and Vermont seems like the perfect place. I hope you have a great day 🙂

  4. That looks like the perfect morning; the omelete looks so good for some reason! I think I know what I’m having for lunch. Hope the weather holds up for you. It looks stormy!

  5. Oooh, the only thing I know about Lake Champlain is that that’s where the eponymous chocolate company makes one of my favourite chocs, the Spicy Aztec bar. My kingdom for a flight to America…

  6. Vermont looks amazing, and the scones in your breakfast look SO GOOD! I’m looking forward to learning about organics – is it really true that organics taste better?!


  7. I love the view. There’s nothing better than rustic farm life all around you when you wake up in the morning. Well, that and the amazing breakfast. 🙂 Thank you for sharing.

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