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  • Ready for Fall
    Ready for Fall

    Now that I can see some of the leaves beginning to change, I'm feeling more geared up for fall. There's not too much fall foliage to enjoy in Vermont just yet, but we'll start to see more dramatic color over the next week or so. With...

  • Perkins Pier in Burlington
    Perkins Pier in Burlington

    A place I love to visit in Burlington is Perkins Pier on Lake Champlain. With views of the Adirondack Mountains in the distance, I can spend countless hours here admiring sailboats and powerboats out in the harbor and docked near the shore. Located at the foot...

  • The End of Summer
    The End of Summer

    It's only late August, but I can already feel the autumn chill in the air. Here and there a few leaves are turning yellow and orange, and the mornings are crisp and clear. I love fall in Vermont. But I don't know if I'm ready to...

  • Evening in Weston
    Evening in Weston

    A quick note: Happy Vermont is celebrating its first anniversary today! Thanks for reading, subscribing and commenting. I love hearing from each and every one of you. **If you go: Map Old Parish Church ...

  • Visiting a Vermont A&W Drive-In on Route 7 Near Middlebury
    Visiting a Vermont A&W Drive-In on Route 7 Near Middlebury

    The Vermont A&W Drive-In is the state's last surviving carhop. Located on Route 7 south of Middlebury, this 1960s roadside spot is open only during the summer months. Last weekend I stopped by the A&W and ordered a cheeseburger, fries and root beer float. I had...

  • The Bennington Old First Church and Cemetery, Part II
    The Bennington Old First Church and Cemetery, Part II

    Dave and I were in Bennington over the weekend and stopped by The Bennington Old First Church and cemetery where Robert Frost is buried. I was traveling solo last week when I visited the church and knew it was a place Dave would also love...

  • The Old First Church in Bennington
    The Old First Church in Bennington

    On a recent morning I visited The Old First Church in Bennington, the first church in Vermont to reflect the separation of church and state. The church, built in the early 1800s, includes a beautiful cemetery where Robert Frost is buried. My favorite detail about this...

  • A Vermont Cheese Festival Comes to Shelburne
    A Vermont Cheese Festival Comes to Shelburne

    On Sunday Dave and I spent the day at the Vermont Cheesemakers' Festival at Shelburne Farms. The event showcased dozens of Vermont cheesemakers, wineries, breweries and food producers. We ate loads of delicious cheese and sampled plenty of local wine and beer. It was a really...

  • Curtis Pond in Calais
    Curtis Pond in Calais

    Several years ago I came across Curtis Pond while driving aimlessly along the back roads of central Vermont. The pond, located in the tiny town of Calais, includes a public swimming area and access for kayaks and canoes. This week I stopped by the pond to...

  • A Bird’s Eye View from Mount Philo
    A Bird’s Eye View from Mount Philo

    -A view from the top of Mount Philo in Charlotte I thought the weekend was going to be a total washout, so I was thrilled to wake up to sunshine on Sunday morning. The haze from the recent heat wave was finally gone, so Dave and...