North Adams Trip
June 15th to 17th, 2021
First vacation before covid started took me to North Adams, Massachusetts. Spending three days walking around the town, hiking two trails and visiting some great friends in the area. First day was spent exploring downtown Williamstown where I got to see local shops and a dog unwinding on it's bed outside a liquor store. After, I stopped at Spruce park where these marble lion statues at the road caught my eye. Then ended the day walking around North Adams itself before relaxing in a cute air bnb place right in the middle of town.
Second day I visited the only white marble dam in North America at the Natural Bridge park. The caverns had smooth formations that formed over hundreds of years. Middle of the day, I hiked the Cascade Trail right in the heart of North Adams. One hour hike through the woods, surrounded by nature, takes your mind off of life for awhile before arriving to the waterfall at the end.
The final day I spent enjoying the relaxing air bnb place I was staying at and drove to Vermont for the rest of my trip visiting my best friend. This trip was my first solo trip. It was a good experience and I focused on capturing certain lighting in nature.
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