Top 5 Thing to Do this Fall in Vermont

I love summer. Who doesn't love summer? But I am a sucker for fall in Vermont.  I love apple picking, harvest festivals, corn mazes and don't even get me started on the cider donuts! They make me weak in...

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5 Things You Must Do in Vermont this Summer

If only it were that simple to narrow it down to just five things! Vermont is like ripe fruit in the summer. For optimal enjoyment, everything must be enjoyed while it is at its peak. Burger Night It is pretty much...

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Reflections of a Great Ski Season in Vermont

Not too long ago Vermont winters in our house meant on Friday night ski bags needed to be packed with boots, mittens, balaclavas and hand warmers. Our skis had to be lined up by the back door so that...

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10 Things to do January in Vermont

If you live in Vermont, you know winter with kids can be l-o-n-g. But snow and cold temps don't keep us inside. Well, maybe -9 does. But there is plenty to do and  fun to be had. These are some...

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7 Reasons to Ski and Ride in Vermont this Year

My Facebook feed is filled with gorgeous photos from Vermont Ski Resorts showing snow covered peaks, snow guns a blazing or skiers catching first tracks already.  Vermonters are chattering on twitter about first chair, top to bottom skiing and...

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Hotel Vermont: Local Luxurious Lodging

You might have an idea of what life is like in Vermont; rustic barns, green mountains, sprawling meadows, farm-to-table fresh food and artisan crafts. Now picture a hotel that has captured all of that in one luxury property. The...

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Multi-Generational Travel at Basin Harbor Club

I have been traveling with my Grandmother for as long as I can remember. Our first official Grandmother and Granddaughter trip was to Greece in grade school. Not long after that we went on a Caribbean cruise and then in college...

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5 Great Spring Hikes for Kids in Vermont

When going for a hike with kids before the trails really open for the season, it is best to be prepared for almost anything.  Although your lawn seems like it is nice and dry, the trails can still be...

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Stowe Mountain Lodge

My family of four arrived at Stowe Mountain Lodge on a Friday evening in late January. Just like everyone else we were checking in for a weekend of skiing.We pulled up to a mammoth valet parking line. I was sure we going to experience a long check-in...

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Deals & Steals for Families Skiing in Vermont

Soon the green mountains of Vermont will be white and that means skiing and riding! The leaves that cover our hiking paths now will give way to trails that are groomed to a corduroy finish. For some, the ski...

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