I know what you're thinking.....Vermont? Why??? And I would respond- I have no idea, I just woke up and decided that I would like to visit Vermont. Well, as it turns out, after doing some research, Vermont actually has a lot of cool places to see and things to do, like eat your weight in maple syrup, go lake swimming and visit breweries! While the ideal plan was to spend more than one day in Vermont and take a brew bus for those breweries outside of major towns, scheduling conflicts did not allow me that luxury.
Ok so quick (actually, it'll probably be really long) apology as to why I have been MIA recently. If you have been following me on either of my instragrams, you will see that I have been doing quite a bit of traveling this past month. In one month, I traveled up the east coast by bus, packed up my life in DC, flew home to Southern California to see family, drove 1000 miles and moved back to Oregon, took a drive up the Oregon coast and went camping on the Olympic Peninsula. To say that life has been pretty hectic would be an understatement, but I'm glad to be starting school again and getting back into a routine because it means having more time to catch up on the blog and show you some amazing stuff from my recent trips. So sit tight and I apologize again, because I'm about to blow up your feeds with all my blog posts in these next upcoming weeks! Enjoy!
When I learned I'd be spending the summer on the east coast, one of the things I was most excited about was being able to visit all of the east coast breweries. More specifically, I was excited to finally be able to visit Dogfish Head. For those of you who don't know, Dogfish is located in Milton, Delware, and it about a 2.5 hour drive from D.C. Because there is no public transportation or bus from D.C. to Dogfish, I had been trying to find another cheap way to visit them all summer. I ended up just sucking it up and renting a car.