Last weekend was the grande finale for our honeymoon in New England! Our first stop was at a little antique school house in New Hampshire to have a hearty new England breakfast.
This is definitely the quaintest diner we’ve ever visited. It’s appropriately named School House Cafe and is in Warner, New Hampshire.
As a diner corned beef connoisseur, I approve! Plus, gluten-free toast! We liked all of the knotty pine inside and the needlepoint placemats.
Next stop was Sunapee, New Hampshire where Wayne spent his childhood summers in a dreamy cottage (that is no more) right on the lake.
He wanted to show me the Episcopal summer chapel down the road from where he used to live! (In case you missed it or want to revisit, here’s my Maine Episcopal summer chapel tour.)
St. James sits on top of a hill in a wooded clearing.
I just love these charming chapels!!!
We really wanted to see the interior but it’s closed and buttoned up for the winter.
Some quirky sights on the road in Vermont included Lamas and a vintage rodent carnival ride.
The Ottauquechee river runs through Woodstock and we had a view of it from our room!
We both love Vermont and Woodstock is filled with old homes, trees and history. I love New England so much!!!
We took the loveliest stroll through downtown…
How did they do that?!
I’m so blessed and lucky. I love my husband!
The next morning was very foggy before it began to rain heavily.
As much as I love taking road trips with Wayne and am sad that this was the last of our Autumn in New England Honeymoon Weekend trips, there truly is no place like home!