Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Killington, Vermont

Killington holds a special place in my heart, residing in my often proclaimed most favorite state; I love it not only for the vast terrain of incredible skiing it provides, but for the lively atmosphere, the apres ski scene, and the familiar faces of old friends.

The connection runs deep. Here are some of my photos....minus the pre-dinner keg party at the Butternut Inn down the street, the apres ski Jacuzzi, the madness at the Pickle Barrel, the late night Jacuzzi and the hungover Sunday morning brunch. (All the good stuff, right?!)






And a fun time was had by all. Looking forward to doing all over again in some form or another this weekend, I'll be off skiing with friends in New Hampshire!

20 comments:

  1. Aw, it looks like you had an AWESOME weekend! Sometimes the lack of photos are just a testament to how good your weekend was!

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  2. Looks like such a fun weekend! I feel like you always get the most out of weekends... I feel so lazy in comparison!

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  3. Lucky you -- I've heard that Vermont is beautiful!!!

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  4. You are a busy girl!

    I have to agree - based on the pics, that house does look sick. :)

    LOVE the fireplace!

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  5. Your trip looks amazing, that ski house is insane! Love the cozy living room with the fireplace.
    Sadly, I cannot ski. Ii am terribly coordinated and would probably be awful at it! But it looks fun!

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  6. The apres ski is always my favorite part. Beer feels so deserved after a day on the slopes! Looks like a fantastic trip!

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  7. I've never been to Killington. The house looks incredible! As does that cake on the table in the second to last pic.

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  8. That looks like pretty much the most relaxing weekend ever. Fun fact: I've never been skiing ever.

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  9. Looks like such a fun weekend! Love skiing, but really haven't been to VT - would love to give Killington a go and if so, may need to look up the house you stayed in, looks amazing!

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  10. What a fun weekend! That ski house IS sick!! I love having extra nice accommodations - it makes weekend vacations even better ;)

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  11. ooh, long trail is awesome! miss it :) and i don't ski, but i'd totally hold up in front of that fireplace with a good book!!

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  12. that looks like THE perfect ski trip - i've skiied their before! - i'm "trying" to board, i SUCK at it - but i refuse to ski until i can board - so i just fall all the tiem now :o(

    ~LAST DAY 2 JOIN CUSTOM SIGN GIVEAWAY~


    *kiss kiss*
    Erika @ ~Tiptoe Butterfly~

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  13. Looks like an amazing weekend!! I had one terrifying skiing experience, so I give tons of credit to people who enjoy it!

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  14. I don't ski, but I love ski trips. Looks like a blast!

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  15. Looks like such a fun ski trip! I'm hoping to get one more in before the season ends!

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  16. Oh my gosh I miss skiing so bad!! It's been forever since I have been and these photos bring back such great memories! Looks like a fab time, friend :)

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  17. Melissa Nibbles noticed your birthday cakes! It's amazing how birthday celebrations just continue weeks later. Thanks for the recap on our very special VT ski trip!

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  18. Great re-cap. still depressed a week later. Lets plan another weekend stat.

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  19. can you believe I've lived in New England my whole life and never been skiing? looks like fun though!!

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  20. what a great weekend and we have had so many thru the years SOL Rochester bridgewater and one of the first the rangely skihous with the bantics good to see you created another

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