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  • More than 8,500-hundred miles of dirt roads zig-zag across Vermont, and that’s a lot of ground to cover by car, foot, or bike.  Paulette Staats and her husband, Paul Shriver, take it one road and one step at a time. The retired couple, married for......

  • Summer in Vermont is astonishingly beautiful and way too short. It’s easy to pack in as much as possible when the weather is sunny and warm, but where do you start? Here are some of the best things to do in Vermont in summer. Celebrate......

  • After a long winter and dreary spring, it’s finally time to stop and smell the flowers and soak up splashes of color in Vermont public gardens. Five Vermont public gardens worth visiting this spring and summer showcase peonies, roses, hydrangeas, sunflowers, lavender, fruit trees, and......

  • Balancing motherhood with a career in veterinary oncology motivated Kendra Knapik to choose a different path, one with more balance and flexibilty.  Three years ago, she established Ellison Estate Vineyard. Knapik and her husband, Rob—a Norwich University professor and chair of the physics department—purchased an......

  • Mud season is a tricky time in Vermont. Ski season is over, hiking trails are closed, and we’re pretty much just waiting around for Memorial Day Weekend to arrive. The good news is that there are a variety of lower-elevation trails and paths to explore this......

  • Early spring in Vermont is a lot like late winter. At the start of a typical Vermont spring season, snow is still covering the ground, the skies are often gray, and the temperature hovers somewhere in the high 30s. Lately, it’s been a lot warmer......

  • The Blue Benn Diner on North Street in Bennington is getting a new lease on life. When the diner went on the market last summer, John Getchell jumped at the chance to purchase the iconic establishment. Getchell, a Bennington College alumnus, enjoyed his first meal......

  • Erica and Ed McClain are working toward their dreams one doughnut at a time. The couple runs Hangry The Donut Bar, a drop-off and pop-up doughnut business based in St. Albans that opened last year. “When I got out of high school, I thought I would......

  • Mud season is just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean you need to hang up your microspikes just yet. In fact, late winter and the early days of spring can be an ideal time to hike Vermont’s mountains. Vermont’s winter hiking season is weather-dependent......