Cannot believe I forgot to tell you about the wonderful place we stayed while in Bennington Vermont.
Pine Hollow Campground
Probably the prettiest, well maintained campground we have ever stayed . Our campsite was right by this beautiful little lake with a lighted fountain. The grass was like a carpet. There were no bugs. The bathrooms were spotless. Five stars folks.
Bennington is cool. We visited the town last year too. Did the Grandma Moses gallery and ate at the famous Blue Benn Diner. This year we visited the old church and cemetery where Robert Frost is buried. We also visited his home. We went back to the Blue Benn for lunch, toured a covered bridge museum and drove through a covered bridge or two.
lots of neat old tombstones
"I had a lovers quarrel with the world"
lots of Patriot graves marked by the DAR
Vermont is famous for covered bridges.
And the Blue Benn Is famous for delicious food!
Old First Church where Robert Frost is buried.
Had beautiful weather and a very good time.