(Photos by: TR)(Top: Samudra, Shorts: 7 for All Mankind, Sunglasses: Karen Walker, Shoes: gift from India)
Wednesday to Thursday [last week]. 27 hours, 6 cities, 5 plane rides, and 1 rental car drive later we finally made it to Vermont! I’ve had better connections to the other side of the world let alone the East Coast!! And you wouldn’t believe what happened to our luggage when we got off that last [somewhat excruciating] plane ride.. it didn’t show up!! Thankfully we packed an extra pair of clothing in our carry-on and were able to survive the following day. Personally and for bloggings sake I would have opted for a different outfit [so pardon the repetition in my poorly planned outfits] but it was all I got.
I probably sound like such a whiner but really.. it wasn’t that bad. It’s all just a part of traveling process. You know?? We even scored a mini shopping spree thanks to TR’s travel insurance purchase! And the weekend and last couple of days have made it completely worth it. I have gotten to know some of the coolest, most talented and unique people and went to one of the most fun weddings I have ever been to!!
Anyway, on one of our first days in Vermont we headed over the quaint [and somewhat ritzy] town of Woodstock. It was a quickie but I really appreciated their attention to preserving that old town charm and especially appreciated this wooden bridge. I really loved the geometry of it and sometimes wish I didn’t always have to be the one in front of the camera to execute photo ideas. But a beautiful bridge nonetheless and..
..a lovely stop in Woodstock.