Saturday, August 27, 2016

A Vermont Walk

Here are a few photos I'd like to share with you. A recent trip to the state of Vermont, for a nice hike through the woods and country side. The walk was gentile for the most part with a few tough spots. I hope you'll enjoy.















24 comments:

  1. Alan, nice photos. I think New England has the market on beautiful red barns, that's a dandy. You make me hungry every time you post pictures of food. I assume that's your version of a homemade pizza. Cudos to the chef, looks yummy. Thanks for taking me along on your trip, beautiful.

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    1. Brad Basehore
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      Brad there a few nice ones about. Homemade using fresh tomatoes fresh mozzarella onions and mushrooms, placed on a Naan flatbeard and baked.

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    1. TexWisGirl
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      Theresa, down home.

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  3. Love the photo essay.Very peaceful, serene and scenic!!I will take one of those pie's to go please!!

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    1. TROUTI
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      Pete, pie just like Pepe's.

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  4. Once again, Alan, thank you so much for the pictorial view of another part of your area of the Country. Love the Red Barn and Cows.......... Peace!

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    1. Grandpa Mel
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      Mel the pics tell it all.

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  5. Every time I see one of your posts I get serene...and then hungry! Nice job.

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    1. Howard Levett
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      Howard probably the two better feelings we can have.

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  6. Beautiful pictures Alan. That looks like a place I would enjoy and feel right at home in.

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    1. David Knapp
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      Dave I'm sure you would be most comfortable.

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  7. Lovely countryside and pizza. Thanks for taking us all along and joining you for lunch.
    I make what my wife and I call "Potza". I bake in the microwave a thick base of scalloped potatoes in a buttered baking dish. Then top like a pizza with sauce, tomatoes, mushrooms, mild cheddar cheese and anchovies.Bake in the oven like a normal pizza. A little bit of work but very delicious. That's not to say that your pizza would be any less delicious! Food and fishing--it doesn't get better than that!
    Kind Regards,
    Steve.

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    1. Steve Hynes
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      Steve that sounds delicious. Any thing containing scalloped potatoes has got to be the top.
      Food and fishing are a fine friendship.

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  8. Beautiful pictures of one of my favorite parts of the country. Looks like they need rain too judging from the flow of that small stream. Regards, Sam

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    1. Parachute Adams
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      Sam it seems as if the whole northeast could do with several inches of rain, for three different days.

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  9. beautiful place and it looks very peaceful ... good pizza too. Bon Appetite!

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    1. Armando Milosevic
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      Armando would you like to share a piece of pizza with me. It will have to be over the internet though.

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  10. Yes of course, thanks ... and you will come the day when everything is done through the internet even flavors ..! we will not be by then ...

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  11. Beautiful....simply beautiful. You have a way of grabbing moments in time.

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    1. Ralph Long
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      Ralph yes those moments, we will look back on them and truly enjoy them in the years to come.

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  12. What Ralph said.....terrific stuff Brk Trt

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    1. bigspencer
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      Spencer I'm happy to bring it to you.

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