Ya'll I think Vermont is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to.
Our family had the opportunity to stay at the Holiday Inn Mount Ascutney Resort. It may have been a hop, skip, and a jump from any civilization, but it was well worth it.
One of the number one things I knew I wanted to do when we visited Vermont was checking out the Ben & Jerry's Factory. I have loved this company for so long and all the work that they do to help the world and I was pumped to see how their delicious ice cream is made.
Bless you Ben & Jerrys for having dairy free flavors.
While we were in Waterbury, we stopped by Allium, an adorable little restaurant in the downtown area. The food was sooo delicious (a photo of Kayla's avocado toast because it was a lot prettier than my poutine).
The next day we visited the Quechee Gorge, a beautiful little piece of this earth. Mom, Kayla, and I went down on one of the little trails to get a better look at it.
One thing Vermont is well known for is it's abundance of covered bridges, which my mom was determined to see as many as possible.
One of our last stops on our trip was to Sugarbush Farm, where we got to pet and feed adorable goats, bunnies, and baby cows. Vermont is also well known for their maple syrup and cheese, and this place offered a cheese and maple syrup tasting. Literally the best maple syrup I've ever had in my life.