Tuesday

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I like Weston, VT where there is an old mill by a waterfall next to the Weston Playhouse.  You can see that mill and view from the Weston Playhouse.  I went to a play there one time with my cousin and it was just a really nice day.  We had lunch at the restaurant beside the Vermont Country store there in Weston which is within walking distance from the playhouse.

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Double rainbows are beautiful.  This is at a lake in northern Vermont.

VT2012-180 Simon Pearce Restaurant in Quechee

I think it would be fun to have cheese soup and bread at Simon Pearce in Queechee.  Maybe with a glass of wine.  There is a beautiful view of a waterfall and covered bridge from those windows.

VT2012-017 Vermont Country Store in Weston

Remember the old washing machines with the ringer?  So nostalgic.  They have one holding clothes pins for display at the Vermont Country store sometimes.

VT2012-049 Cabot Cheese Store @ Waterbury Center

A place that is fun to visit is Cabot Cheese in northern Vermont.  They have all kinds of Vermont cheese samples to try.

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I think the above is a pretty floral arrangement idea.  It looks like cabbage roses to me and the shades of pink and white with the elegant white tea cup looks pretty.  And then the accent of the miniature pink vine type flowers on the side just looks beautiful.  I had a window box at one time that I used to put dark pink petunias in the middle then light pink petunias on each side and then white petunias on each end.  The house we had at that time had siding that was a beautiful color chalet type stain.  That color scheme of the petunias was so pretty with that background that people actually used to stop and admire it.  Even more pretty would be ivy going down on each side.  The petunias just bloom all summer and get more and more full.

And that’s my thoughts for today.

 

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