Our 2013 Anniversary Trip to The Rabbit Hill Inn
Kim has already beaten me to the punch and published her account of our 21st Anniversary Stay at The Rabbit Hill Inn. (And yes, Kim is my trophy wife.)
But I have all the cool pictures. I already published many of those pictures on Facebook but here they are with my story and I'm sticking to it.
Our trip began with a rousing and clarifying drive from our inn in Greenville, NY to The Rabbit Hill Inn in Vermont, where we were destined to eat, play and sleep for almost every day of our stay. (Sound familiar?) We stopped off on the way to some cute and quaint shops and had lunch chocolates and coffee, saw the sights and enjoyed our drive. Go read The Trip Up before continuing.
The first thing we did was the arrive at the inn.
We had a beautiful and luxurious room. The room was called The Nest. Half of it was hot tub, shower and vanity WITH, I might add, a fainting couch. A fainting couch is not a luxury but rather a necessity if your wife is a silent film star, a quilter or a knitter. Now, go read about our room now, and then come back here. The devils and enjoyment are in the details and I'm not cluttering up this postmodern Bauhaus post with post-premodern details. Did I mention all the pictures? They're on the prePostBauhaus Room Post. Swedish Furniture.
What else did we have, food of course. We ate at the inn and the food was good. I wont give you an exhaustive bite by bite but I will give you a barrage of pictures. The problem with food pictures is that I am not always sure what I ate where. I should make up a sign and photograph it before I do the food. I'll have more pictures from other restaurants in my next post. And so concludes my Anniversary Trip Main Article. There is one breakfast picture. Can you find it?