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Beautiful Day Celebrated

Fayston, Vermont. In last week’s post, I outlined how we planned to celebrate National Dog Day. I had to put that ambitious itinerary in writing, so I needed to follow it. 171 more words

A Day for All Dogs

Happy National Dog Day! We’re celebrating by taking a long hike, then a swim, definitely a car ride, sharing a creamee, enjoying a good brushing, and indulging in a long nap. 22 more words

Rainbow Sprinkles

Fayston, Vermont. My dogs begin each day with the excitement of Christmas morning: They burst from the back door and race into the yard to find the “presents” of smells left for them overnight. 112 more words

Dos and Dont's of Cottage *Vacationing*: Vermont 2015

  1. DO read this article and make sure to send it with the family/families traveling alongside you… it is responsible for gems such as…

If you need coins to get a hot shower, you are soooo not on a vacation… I don’t even know what to tell you. 334 more words

Cochonet Rouge

Laws of Attraction

Lucky you! Your calendar is filled with a variety of social events and parties this summer. Whether the invitation calls for black tie or backyard casual, here are a few rules to make you irresistible to that special (four-legged) someone: 180 more words

My Personal Cuba, an Interview with Vermont photographer David Garten (OPENING)

Publisher’s note: As Cuba and the U.S. move to “normalize” relations between both countries, Vermonters weigh in on what lies ahead for the world’s most powerful Empire and its neighbor to the south. 868 more words


Summer Visitors

Waitsfield, Vermont.  At the offices of The Valley Reporter last week, the regular “office assistants” LeRoy Brown, Pearl Bailey, and Roxi were joined by two distinguished guests, Zoe, a black lab, and Marleaux, a yellow lab.   128 more words