Saturday would start with a morning hike, bundled up in a sweater and boots, then I'd have pancakes and orange juice from Mountain Creamery. I'd spend the late morning wandering around town, popping into the Yankee Bookshop, then the general store to pick up provisions for a lunch picnic. After lunch, I'd head to the Woodstock Inn & Resort spa for a hot stone massage and body treatment. For dinner, I'd have risotto cakes, seasonal field greens, and then creme brulee at The Prince and the Pauper.
Sunday would start early with breakfast at the Woodstock Farmer's Market, then I'd cuddle with animals at Billings Farm for the rest of my life. At some point, I'd have to break for lunch so I would go to Ruth's Table for soup, salad, bread, and cozy apple cider. That afternoon, I'd take a long walk and pick up some beautiful things from Farmhouse Pottery. Dinner would be butternut squash ravioli at The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm. After dinner, there'd be dessert and drinks by a campfire somewhere.