Yesterday Wilma, Gus, and I Adventured to the Robert Frost Stone House Museum in Shaftsbury, Vermont. As you likely know Robert Frost is a famous American Poet. He resided in the home from 1920-1929. The estate includes the smokehouse, home, and barn. Dogs are allowed on the grounds which include a short poetry trail.
We had a refreshing Adventure to the Robert Frost Stone House Museum. We arrived to find the parking lot quite crowded for the little parking area. We immediately began exploring the grounds, finding the smokehouse, home, and barn all in view. We walked around and explored every little outdoor detail we could find. After visiting the residential area we trotted down the trail finding various poems along the route. It was simple, and pretty, and we enjoyed this path all to ourselves. The property was small, and of course dogs were not allowed indoors so we probably only spent thirty minutes or so wandering the grounds. Wilma and Gus loved walking, climbing the several tall rocks, and of course Wilma enjoyed celebratory rolls, as always. Definitely a fun and unique stop on our day of Adventures (Rating: This blog will not be rated).