Local Honeymoon

When you stay close to home you keep money in the community and decrease your carbon footprint. After our wedding, my husband and I took few days and drove up to Vermont with our dog Reuben to unwind. It was a wonderful "mini-moon." We stayed at a small bed & breakfast, hiked about, got massages, went wine tasting and tried our hand at falconry. After our wedding we were exhausted - so it was the perfect way to decompress. If you are interested in taking your dog on your honeymoon click here for tips on where to stay and how to travel safely. For more pictures of our border collie Reuben click here.

It is also possible to set up a honeymoon registry, so guests contribute to your adventures. Click here to read more about honeymoon registries.

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