This past weekend, we celebrated our nation’s birthday, and very well deserved! It was also the weekend where my friends Lauren and Greg were getting married on a hilltop in Vermont. Let’s just say, they married the hell out of each other. If you’re new to PAMI, you may want to see the prequel to this story: The Bachelorette Weekend: Austin Style.
I’m not one to get in a car and road trip, but this was the case headed north for over four hours. Not my favorite thing to do, but when I arrived (FINALLY), i was psyched to explore the Mountain Top Inn & Resort in Chittenten. This location will be home for a few days to around 200 Westchester residents and we were ready!
First off, the area is gorgeous and the shopping is vintage, as I pleasantly discovered after going through town and stopping at a few antique and thrift stores. One of the items I purchased is an old ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ style carriage from the 1800’s that I’m going to proudly and with much creep-factor display in my home. For any future reference, check out Christini N’ Me the store has two levels of everyone else’s old junk, and I was in love. I’ll share a post of vintage finds I have around the house once everything’s in its place.
The people are nice and the food is fast so I have promptly signed up for my 30 day yoga challenge at YogaSpark to begin immediately upon my return. You can follow on my Instagram stories and on #Yoga30Diary; I’ll be documenting what it really takes to do #YogaEveryDamnDay.
Lauren and Greg got married on Monday, (weird), and on a freaking hill top! (awesome). The cocktail hour was by the pool and the reception in a barn-style area with lights everywhere (E-V-E-R-Y-W-H-E-R-E). One of my favorite things was the photo booth, it was touch screen and interactive, tons of fun, obviously.
The next day, we skipped the traditional breakfast and hit the resorts’ lake to sunbathe, BBQ, drink honey tequila and go on boats. This part was my favorite, I think because the views and the day was just absolutely perfect.
Here are some images to prove all of the above:
Thanks for the memories Vermont.