Vermont in the Fall

Escaping the city is always a good idea, especially when it is fall.  As I had mentioned, last weekend we ventured up to Vermont to enjoy some fresh air and to see the changing leaves.  For as much as I love and thrive on city life, I have realized how much I also need the open spaces of the countryside.  Well that is exactly what we got.  We rented a farmhouse that was located on 340 sprawling acres just 20-minutes north of Manchester, Vermont.  We hiked to a Lye Brook Falls, a stunning waterfall, took in the last bits of fall foliage and enjoyed time by the fireplace.  It was the perfect weekend away! Here are some moments from our trip.  

 One of the three donkeys on the farm

One of the three donkeys on the farm

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 Lye Brook Falls an 125-foot waterfall that spills from the top of the mountain

Lye Brook Falls an 125-foot waterfall that spills from the top of the mountain

Photography by Alison Dulaney-Engstrom

**We used Air BnB for this rental, I definitely recommend it!

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