Vermont ghost stories, and haunted locations you can explore... The following are 13 scary locations in Vermont that might haunt you for days (or even years) to come. Each one of these creepy places are sure to appeal to your sense of curiosity and delight. It's fun to be a little scared, or at the very least intrigued, so enjoy some of these unusual places at your leisure. … [Read more...] about 13 Scary Locations in Vermont That Will Haunt You!
Sentinel Rock, located on Hinton Hill Road in Westmore, VT, is a huge rock left over from the glaciers that formed nearby Lake Willoughby. Does the massive boulder, Sentinel Rock, perched high atop Westmore Mountain, with the commanding views actually originate from ancient, biblical times? From Dr. R.M. de Jonge's research and fascinating article: Sentinel Rock is … [Read more...] about Discover the Mysterious Origin of VT’s Awesome Sentinel Rock
Newport, Vermont’s Centennial Celebration 2018 A long awaited celebration begins on June 29, 2018 through July 6, 2018 to commemorate Newport City's 100th birthday. If you've never been to Newport, VT, this would be the time to visit and enjoy a once in a lifetime celebration. If you're a long time resident, past or present, the event is the perfect way to fete the "old … [Read more...] about Re-live Newport, Vermont’s Centennial and Grab a Great Book!
I kind of miss Stowe and Jay Peak back when they used to be ski areas. The "Old Vermont Style" Stowe Ski Area is now long gone If you visit any of the Vermont ski resorts these days, and had never visited before, you would probably laugh at what they "used to be". Both Stowe, Jay Peak, Burke an other resorts now resemble their counterparts in the western US states, for … [Read more...] about Are Stowe Mountain and Jay Peak Resorts Really Better Than Before?
As many of us long-time Vermonters know, the end of "fair season" in Vermont means shorter and cooler nights ahead. The hot and humid evening of summer seem like a distant memory. Even though much of summer 2017 started off with a lot of rain, the Green Mountains did enjoy a few hot and humid days. Perhaps for this reason, the summer seemed to be waning soon after it had just … [Read more...] about End of Vermont’s Fair Season Beckons the Return of Autumn