On an outing to Fair Haven, Vermont for grocery shopping, I happened across Depot Street, where there is an abandoned train depot. It was actually an Amtrak stop until 2010, although the stop wasn’t at the old depot itself, which dates back to the early half of the 20th century. Of interest to me was […]
Waitsfield, Vermont is a cute little town just south of Stowe and Montpelier. Unfortunately, on this particular day that I happened to be there, none of the interesting places, such as the Madsonian Museum of Industrial Design, were open due to COVID. Even the nearby independent bookstore was closed, making for a very disappointing stop. […]
Passing through Chester, Vermont on a little excursion through Vermont, master photographer Thomas Slatin and I stopped at the historic Chester Depot. Unfortunately, it turns out this sleepy little town isn’t all that fond of people taking photographs there. But, since we were in the road and this was a historic landmark, we were able […]
One of the more charming things in Vermont is the many covered bridges dotted all over the landscape. While the Woodstock Middle Bridge in Woodstock, Vermont is not one of the more historic, it’s certainly one of the most charming.
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. Here are a wide range of photos from many angles of this Vermont sightseeing opportunity.
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. […]