Day 50, Monday, September 3, 2018
Woodstock, Vermont is a small town that I want to visit again. It was beautiful! There are so many nice historic homes, and a little stream that runs through town. It has the cutest quaint downtown shopping district, and loads of charm.
I poked around in the shops, getting some gifts for friends and family and a few postcards for myself.
I stopped in at Bentley’s restaurant, sat at the bar, and had a Citizen Cider and the most incredible burger made with locally raised beef. It was so good, and I was so hungry! I would absolutely go have that burger again!
Also near Woodstock is the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth, Vermont, about 20 minutes away. This is certainly on my list of places to visit once I’m back in the area! I just ran out of time on that trip.
And look at this covered bridge! The Taftsville covered bridge was originally built in 1836! It was heavily damaged by Hurricane Irene 2011; repairs took two years and it reopened in 2013.
These photos are making me nostalgic and eager to get back on the road!