Day seven had us spending a little more quality time on the road. From Littleton, NH we headed south along the VT / NH border to visit my best friend in Hadley, MA.
It was a chilly, rainy, and downright dreary day. A great day, in fact, for holing up in front of our cabin’s fireplace. But alas, another night was not in the cards for us.
We plowed through the rain, making a brief stop in Woodstock, VT for coffee. The town was super cute, of course – because what Vermont town isn’t? It made me wish we’d included Vermont in our explorations after all.
Upon entering the shop, I loved how they displayed their menu: painted onto coffee bean sacks.
In addition to the run-of-the mill standard coffee offerings, WC&T had several really unique and intriguing drinks to try: Maple Latte, Cafe Cortado, Mayan Cocoa, Hazelnut Cider, and more.
Ryan went for the Mayan Cocoa, and I just had a Cafe Mexico. Oh, and a delicious blueberry muffin. You know, the kind with a top that is so big and crispy and not super sweet?
The coffee shop was warm and cozy, and the people coming and going were so interesting to watch. But we had to head back out into the rain, and finish our drive to Massachusetts.
When we arrived in Hadley, it was still dreary and rainy. We explored the nearby town of Northampton a bit and had a fantastic dinner at the Green Street Cafe, my favorite restaurant in town.