Tuesday, January 3, 2012

how i spent my new year weekend - 1

we dropped baby brattcat and her charming beau
at the hugging bear inn in chester, vermont
and headed back to brattleboro

17 comments:

Doug Hickok said...

That sure is a pretty inn. I like how your baby brattcat's red coat matches all the holiday decor. Neat! Hope you had a nice visit :^)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

J'adore baby Brattcat's outfit, the hat, the coat, the boots oh lala! Aimee loves it also. She and her charming beau make a very good looking pair Brattcat.

Sharon said...

What a gorgeous Inn! I'm betting you had a wonderful visit!

Kate said...

Smart-looking couple and terrific looking inn. One of my childhood friends had a young turret as part of her bedroom, which I envied (and still do!). Whenever I see similar architecture I think of her.

Kate said...

Too early for me..should be "round turret"

Lowell said...

What a beautiful structure. Looks a little icy?

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Looks like a charming place for the holidays. Or anytime.

Sharon Creech said...

Charming spot and stylish baby brattcat!

VP said...

Very nice picture, with a lot of red!

Malyss said...

I love this way to speak: "the charming Beau"!How glamorous!

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Birdman said...

Love staying at old NE inns. We stayed in Rockland last spring at The Berry Manor. The highlight: unlimited FREE PIES and ICE Cream 24 hrs a day. Did you hear that Lowell?

Bob Crowe said...

Hugging Bear Inn? As my Japanese teacher used to day when I made an egregious mistake, honto? (really?). If a Vermont bear hugged me I'd think I'd be a gonner.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

What a gorgeous inn! Baby bc's coat resembles Holly's today. Baby bc and her beau look like part of a holiday greeting card... lovely!

Bises,
Genie

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

That is a beautiful Inn !!!!

Tash said...

BabyBC looks lovely in a super chic outfit! The couple make the photo so charming.

Julie said...

Interesting name for the inn, and an interesting looking building. We don't have buildings anything like that here in Australia.