Summer

  • Stowe Bike Path: Exploring the Great Outdoors
    Stowe Bike Path: Exploring the Great Outdoors

    The Stowe Recreation Path is at the top of my to-do list for anyone visiting or living in Vermont.  Whether you're biking, running, walking your dog or pushing a stroller, the five-mile path is a perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. Mostly flat and level, the...

  • Summer in Burlington

    The Burlington Community Boathouse and Marina [caption id="attachment_1387" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Dave and Phoebe on the Waterfront.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1388" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Burlington South Breakwater Lighthouse.[/caption] ...

  • H. N. Williams: A Little Bit of Everything at this Vermont General Store
    H. N. Williams: A Little Bit of Everything at this Vermont General Store

    The H. N. Williams Store looks like an old Vermont barn along Route 30 in Dorset. The building's siding is a bit dusty and weathered; the front door creaky and free of any fancy signage. I've driven by the store hundreds of times over the...

  • A Scenic Climb Up Equinox Skyline Drive
    A Scenic Climb Up Equinox Skyline Drive

    -My husband taking in the view at Equinox Skyline Drive Of all of the mountains in Vermont, Mount Equinox is the one I cherish the most. My childhood home in Manchester was located at the base of the mountain, and I spent countless hours admiring Equinox's dramatic...

  • Scenes from Manchester Village

    [caption id="attachment_1418" align="aligncenter" width="720"] The Equinox Resort and Spa in Manchester Village.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1421" align="aligncenter" width="478"] First Congregational Church on Main Street.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1422" align="aligncenter" width="478"] Courthouse in Manchester Village.[/caption]   **If You Go: Map ...

  • Weston Village Green: The Heart of a Small Town
    Weston Village Green: The Heart of a Small Town

    -The Weston Village Green When you live in Vermont, it can be easy to take the classic village green for granted. From Craftsbury to Chester, there are dozens of village greens across the state. Still, they all have a unique feel and wonderful sense of place. One...

  • Exploring Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park
    Exploring Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park

    We celebrated Dave's 35th birthday in Woodstock over the weekend and visited Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park, a 550-acre park that opened to the public in 1998. The park is the only national park in Vermont, and it's the only national park to tell the story of...

  • 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 ...