This past October, we took a weekend camping trip to the woods. Nothing is greater and more beautiful than the peak of fall foliage in New England. First stop, Green Mountains in Vermont.
Our first camp spot happened to be the historic site of a famous WHIG party speaker – Daniel Webster. We weren’t exactly sure if we were able to camp there, but it was a big open spot with lots of space.
After coffee and breakfast we drove out of the woods to fill up on gas, then returned to the southern tract to explore some more.
As darkness began to fall, we quickly had to decide on a second spot, so we could still have some sunlight left to make dinner. The dead and fallen wood around were damp but we were still able to make a fire for the night.
The next morning arrived with rain. We ate breakfast in the back seat of the trunk, and packed up to move on to New Hampshire.
The last day we were able to visit Portsmouth. A coastal town very close to Maine. We stopped for a beer and lunch before heading back home to Philly.