Spending so much time browsing around the flea Market really worked up an appetite. The Painted Pony was the first restaurant to pop up on maps when I searched for places to eat in the area. Just by glancing at the online menu, I already knew I was going to order the pork belly as… Continue reading A Day Well Spent in Bethlehem: Part III – The Painted Pony Restaurant
Right after leaving March Farm, we headed on over to Bethlehem Indoor Flea Market. This flea market is open year-round on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays. It is a family business and offers an array of merchandise at great prices. There is also no parking or admission fees. From the moment we walked in, we were… Continue reading A Day Well Spent in Bethlehem: Part II- Bethlehem’s Indoor Flea Market
To continue on with the fall festivities, I invited my parents to a day out exploring Bethlehem, Connecticut. This was a little over a week after the Garlic & Harvest Festival. I did a little research prior and saw that March Farm seemed to be a big deal in Bethlehem, so I put that on… Continue reading A Day Well Spent in Bethlehem: Part I- March Farm
As stated previously in A Fun-Filled Day at the Harwinton Fair , the next stop on my quest was the Garlic & Harvest Festival in Bethlehem, Connecticut. I can't recall if I'd heard of this festival prior to my delicious, toasted garlic chocolate pretzel. But, I do know that experience definitely made me want to… Continue reading Connecticut’s Garlic & Harvest Festival
To continue with my quest, I moved on to #3 on my list. The Harwinton Fair. It was my first time going, but my friend had been there several times prior. I couldn't find too many pictures or videos online so I was unsure of what to expect. The Harwinton Fair is an annual fair… Continue reading A Fun-Filled Day at the Harwinton Fair!
Although it is still technically Fall season until the 21st of December, I think we can all agree that outside has shifted more towards the Winter aesthetic. As I look out the window, I can see one crispy brown leafed tree surrounded by a forest of barren twigs slightly frosted with snow. The colors of… Continue reading Highlights from Fall 2019
I've spent so many years solely focused on the winter, that I decided this year to embrace the fall. So from the moment I saw the first leaf change, I pulled out my camera and got to snapping. I made it a mission to go outside a few times a week and even bought a… Continue reading A Morning Stroll Through Northwest Park.