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Winter Storms and Cozy Vermont Homes with Fireplaces

Even as we enjoy the snow, we crave the warmth of the hearth. Frank Lloyd Wright is often quoted as saying, the hearth is the psychological center of the home. It is not at all surprising that the fire is central to our being – especially here in Vermont. Keep the home fires burning! The fireplace is intrinsic to our connection to the things we love: family, community, home, food, light…It’s good for us.

A recent study published in the journal Evolutionary Psychology examines the beneficial impacts of the beloved crackling fire in the fireplaceRead More

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The Covered Bridges of Addison County: By Bicycle

Addison County is home to five of Vermont’s 100 iconic covered bridges: the Cornwall-Salisbury Covered Bridge, Pulp Mill Covered Bridge, Halpin Covered Bridge, Shoreham Covered Railroad Bridge, and the Spade Farm Covered Bridge. May is National Bike Safety Month (May …Read More

The gourmet breads and gourmet kitchens of Vermont

As I travel New England and New York, I find myself longing for the incredible foods of Vermont, where bread baking has taken on a new fascination. Years ago California was a haven for garlic lovers, today Vermont is a …Read More

The gourmet breads and gourmet kitchens of Vermont

As I travel New England and New York, I find myself longing for the incredible foods of Vermont, where bread baking has taken on a new fascination. Years ago California was a haven for garlic lovers, today Vermont is a …Read More

Vermont Maple Open House Weekend March 27-29, 2009

Image by deCadmus via Flickr It’s sugaring time here in Vermont and there’s no better time to fully immerse yourself in this rich Vermont tradition than during the Vermont Maple Open House Weekend coming up on March 27, 28 and …Read More