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What Keeps Vermont Vermont? Sustainability, Creativity, Teamwork…

This spring and summer we are looking beyond the excellent micro-brews and fabulous local foods into some of the more tangible characteristics of Vermont that make it (and keep it) such a wonderful place to live and breathe. Namely the beautiful land and a hardscrabble determination to keep it as it is.Read More

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Love is in the Air and on the Hearth in Addison County

February in Vermont is all about keeping warm – inside and out. Winter carnivals and skiing not withstanding, after a day of frolicking in the snow, we love nothing more than good food, good companionship and a good fire. And as Valentine’s Day approaches, that love is nuanced by libations and chocolate, of course.

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Staging your home in Addison County: STFD

Any texting kid in Vermont knows the expression, but in our case, STFD stands for “Shut the Front Door”. It’s time to make our entryways into the arm candy (another fun slang term that refers to an attractive person who …Read More

Stone Walls and Stone Houses in Addison County

Take a walk in the Vermont woods, especially in Addison County, and you’re likely to stumble upon a stone wall. Robert Frost’s favorite fences make good neighbors and are prevalent in this part of Vermont where agriculture once defined us. …Read More

Getting Fit at Home in Addison County

In Vermont, January is the month that tries men’s souls (women’s, too). We resolve to improve, abstain, reduce and conserve. A great percentage of us vow to finally get outdoors and find fitness this year (CNN even voted Vermont the …Read More

Cozy Vermont Living Rooms: Fire and Ice

December in Vermont is the season of cozy fireplaces. It is mild enough that not too much heat will be lost up the flue, and cold enough that snuggling in front of a blazing fire is the most appropriate way …Read More

Cozy Vermont Living Rooms: Fire and Ice

December in Vermont is the season of cozy fireplaces. It is mild enough that not too much heat will be lost up the flue, and cold enough that snuggling in front of a blazing fire is the most appropriate way …Read More

Lake Champlain History: Canadian Whiskey and Vermont Lakefront Properties

Lake Champlain played a major role in quenching the thirsts of millions of Americans. Not as a water source, but as a passageway. Lake Champlain has always been a thoroughfare for commerce. The opening of the Champlain Canal in 1823 …Read More

The Hidden Beauty of Pollination In Vermont and Online

Vermont summer is all about the birds and the bees. Now that the sun is out, the kids have graduated, fathers have been feted and the state is rich with vibrant color, it is appropriate that we stop to take …Read More

The Hidden Beauty of Pollination In Vermont and Online

Vermont summer is all about the birds and the bees. Now that the sun is out, the kids have graduated, fathers have been feted and the state is rich with vibrant color, it is appropriate that we stop to take …Read More

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