Project 251: Anniversary Edition

Sunday was our first wedding anniversary. One year already! We're such an old married couple though that it feels like we've been together a lot longer. Married one year, together two and a half. That's "it". Yet somehow, it feels like we've always been together.

Say it all together now: D'awwwwwwwwwwwww!

Sunday turned out to be an absolutely stunning day so we decided to 251 it. We did things a little differently this time around; we had some kind of plan of places we wanted to hit and things we wanted to see. We made sure to stop more often and get out of the car. It worked really well! Especially now that we're having to drive longer and longer distances just to get to the towns. I know Toby appreciates it.

So, without further ado, I present to you Project 251: Our First Anniversary. PS, this is a photo-heavy post, so it may take a little to load.

101: Granville, VT. We stopped at the falls here (pics below).

102: Hancock, VT. We met a lovely couple traveling around with
their family. The little girl was enamored with Toby. He was
a jerk about it. Sigh.

103: Stockbridge, VT. "Yacht Club" means "inner tubing down
the river." 

104: Pittsfield, VT. This is where the owner of the garden center
became very confused an slightly put out that all we wanted
was a picture of her sign. It was a little embarrassing.

105: Rochester, VT. Not NY. VT. We have one, too.

106: Goshen, VT. This is a Civil War Memorial, erected in 1901.

107: Ripton, VT


108: Lincoln, VT

Since we stopped so often, we also had a lot of other pictures. Not necessarily "official" 251 stuff, but cool nonetheless. Here they are, in absolutely no order whatsoever.
Best Guy and Toby at Moss Glen Falls in Granville, VT

One of my favorite pics of the day! We were at Texas Falls, in Hancock VT.

At a junk shop in Rochester, VT. He chose poorly.

Toby and I at Moss Glenn Falls.

We stopped for a picnic just outside of Rochester. The beautiful basket
was a wedding present. We love it!

In Rochester, the bookstore dedicated two shelves to psychedelics. Yep.

Tobs and I at Moss Glenn Falls.

Moss Glenn Falls.

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