It’s hard to believe that the beautiful fall foliage I experienced in northern Vermont was second-rate to that of just one week earlier. I was there for location scouting, but instead I was hard at work soaking up the Vermont lifestyle–you know, maple bacon can do that to you. They really take pride in sourcing their food locally, something I got firmly behind the minute I tasted a local burger with maple bacon and caramelized apples. I was reminded again when I had cultured maple butter on blueberry pancakes. Yumm!
My afternoons were spent going for drives through one small town after the other, each covered with fallen yellow leaves. I felt just like I was Diane Keaton in the movie Baby Boom!! I wondered, should I be making applesauce? But seriously, the crisp air and relatively warm temperature for this time of year were in my favor and it allowed me to go on morning walks in town just outside my Bed and Breakfast. The real question is, how do I get myself set up with one of those wood burning stoves? Because I could get used to that.
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