Visit Vermont ... famous for its covered bridges Vermont's covered bridges are often seen as icons of the state’s rural character and history. There are over 100 covered bridges within the state; however, only 17 still carry vehicular traffic today. Dale Travis has provided and exhaustive list of all Vermont covered bridges on his website. (If you're interested in Vermont … [Read more...] about Enjoy Awe Inspiring Classic Vermont Covered Bridges
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One of the most beautiful, Vermont Winter scenes ever captured to film, happened almost by accident Charles "Skip" Wright was taking photos of the Woodstock Inn on a snowy winter day, in February 1983, when he noticed an awe inspiring scene just across the road, on the other side of the Woodstock Green. Thankfully, Charles was always prepared and save a shot or two on his film … [Read more...] about Experience the Magic of “Time Travel” a Woodstock Vermont Sleigh Ride
Vermont is a beautiful place during the holidays There are so many things to do and see. From shopping at Stowe Village, Woodstock or the Burlington area, to seeing Christmas lights in almost every Vermont town and village, to ice skating on Lake Champlain, Vermont has it all! If you're looking for a cozy, snowy Christmas vacation spot on the East Coast, or romantic … [Read more...] about Why You’ll Simply Love and Enjoy Vermont for Christmas
This article is all about the beautiful town of Stowe, Vermont. Let's take a look at what makes this town so great and why it's a perfect place to live! Stowe is a picturesque, quaint town in central Vermont. It's well known for its beautiful scenery, hiking and nature attractions. Stowe, Vermont is a small town nestled in the heart of the Green Mountain National … [Read more...] about Just a Few of Many Wonderful Things to Do in Stowe VT
Sleepy Hollow Farm was founded in 1780 by two brothers, Samuel and John Doten. They ran their family farm until 1780 when they left for Vermont. There's where they started logging which became their new company. They were not the first to do so, their land was chartered in 1761 and a few years later they became its first settlers. Nine years after this, the village was … [Read more...] about What’s So Awesome About the Sleepy Hollow Vermont Farm?