The charming rural Vermont town of Woodstock is home to a historic downtown full of charming shops and eateries. Woodstock is also home to the picturesque East End Park. The park is well known as the beginning of the popular Ottauquechee River Trail and as a top picnic spot in Woodstock. Here are a wide […]
Check out this awesome steampunk art made from repurposed metal materials. You can find it just outside of the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester Center, Vermont.
Manchester, Vermont is one of the better known towns in the state. The downtown area has an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants, as well as the well-known Northshire Bookstore. One of the more interesting sightseeing opportunities in Manchester Center is the Riverwalk. Here are some photos of the more interesting angles of the river […]
Pine Hill Park is a huge municipal park in Rutland, Vermont, with 17 miles of biking and hiking trails spread over 300 acres. Greeting you at one of the trail entrances is the Tin Man from Wizard of Oz. He catches your attention hoping that you will donate to the fund that maintains the park. […]
Upon his move to Vermont, master photographer Thomas Slatin wasted no time in scouting out the historic towns and cities of the Green Mountain State. Among them was none other than the state capital of Montpelier. The capital is about a 45 minute drive from Vermont’s largest city of Burlington and about a half hours […]
Not far from where I grew up in Massachusetts is a great state park with a huge lake, called Ames Nowell State Park. There you can find picturesque views, some of which I share in my photos here.
There’s nothing like autumn in New England, and the fall colors were on full display when this photo of the Vermont Capitol Building was taken in October 2020.
Tell a story with eloquent wordsShow it so well to win prestigious awardsIt’s no wonder that the critics can make accordThat you’re the greatest storyteller of our time Telling tales of great power of warlordsTheir rise and decline through Four WarsThe bloody hell thru which you give us a tourYou’re the greatest storyteller of our […]
As a huge history buff, I’ve always been fascinated with historical monuments. This one in Bennington, Vermont commemorates the Battle of Bennington during the American Revolutionary War in 1777. Here are three shots taken of the Monument from around Monument Circle.
Straight out of a pleasant dreamMore a treat than sweetest ice creamWhat’s this I’ve stumbled upon?Too beautiful to explainFrom it’s too good to be trueShould’ve occurred to me something was wrongThings are never what they seem Should’ve known betterTo every pleasure there’s a catchPut so far out of reachHaving me play fetchIt was a fruitless […]