No hangovers involved! We decided to take the T@B to the KOA in Brattleboro, VT so Jason could attend his brother’s bachelor party which involved hiking Mt. Monadnock in Keene, NH. We arrived around 6pm on a Friday night with just enough time to set everything up. Our first night was chilly, even around the fire, but inside the T@B was warm and comfortable!
All set up in time for nightfall.
Very cozy in the T@B. Notice the TV on the counter. We had to try connecting to the campgrounds 70 cable TV channels including HBO just because we could. I do not think TV will be a big part of our T@B adventures.
Maggie enjoys sleeping in the T@B!
The next morning Jason went off to hike and I went off to explore some of southern Vermont. Covered bridges, a cheese company and then on to Mt. Snow for Vermont Life’s Wine and Harvest Festival!
Covered bridge near Grafton, VT
Grafton Village Cheese Company – a great place to visit!
Vermont Life’s Wine Festival – Mt. Snow
This was a great way to spend the first day of Fall. The campground was quiet, people were very friendly and intrigued by the T@B. We used the camp showers which are in a heated building, clean and free! There is a farm right next door where you can pick up fresh fruits and vegetables, rustic breads, mums, pumpkins and some great gourds.
Sway – the resident pony. He was rescued from a bad situation and seems very happy to be in his new home.
Jazzy from Massachussetts- the little dog who just wanted to play.
Juli taking down the tent to head home – but not before a trip to the Yankee Candle Factory!