This past Saturday was Shelburne Day on the village green in the town of Shelburne. Throughout most of the day, Route 7 was a slow line of traffic, passing by Shelburne Museum, that finally cleared out in the early afternoon.
The Farmers Market is usually a big draw with lots of locally grown fruit and vegetables but was busy times 3 this Saturday. The Maritime Festival was taking place just a few miles up the road at the Burlington waterfront which surely accounted for the increase in traffic. Yep, fall is coming! The brisk, cool breeze had many running for sweaters and long pants but it was an absolutely gorgeous weekend.
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