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Burlington VT could easily be named the beer capital of the Northeast and is one of our favorite locations to grab some good food and try unique craft beers you wouldn’t normally find on the seacoast. Although it wasn’t the same without our beer buddies Brittany & Brandon from CT, we made it the second stop on our trip. Fiddlehead Brewing in Shelburne, VT did not disappoint and is conveniently attached to Folino’s, who has some of the best pizza I’ve ever had! We were able to settle into our campground on North Beach for the first time and attempt to recharge for another long drive.
Seven and a half hours on the road during a holiday weekend isn’t ideal, but we made the trip anyway. We knew from past experience that Ithaca would be worth the eighty degree weather in traffic. After sad news earlier that morning, the last thing we wanted to do was make this commute. Despite the campground messing up our reservation and forcing us to switch sites early the next day, we settled into our little home on wheels. This was our first real extended stay (3 nights) in the campground but I think we’re getting the hang of this “glamping” thing- thats a shout out to a colleague who goes above and beyond when he sets up camp. We couldn’t have asked for better weather! We visited our favorite wineries and ventured over to Seneca lake to find a few we’d never tried. Taughannock Falls State Park is beautiful and a must see if you plan on visiting this area. We got up early and hiked about 3 miles to the bottom of the basin. the dogs needed a break and were able to wade through the water (about knee deep for them). This state is full of waterfalls and underground caves and only about 6 hours from the seacoast of NH.