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Market Day

At the Waitsfield Farmers’ Market last Saturday, Mad River Green, Waitsfield, Vermont, where dogs are welcome (if they are well-behaved).

Thank you to these wonderful dogs and their people who participated!  132 more words

Busy signals

Five year old Pearl Bailey and her younger cousin Leroy Brown are German Shorthair Pointers (GSP) who accompany Lisa Loomis to work at The Valley Reporter… 312 more words

EPISODE 17: OLE'S NORDIC CENTER

Ever since we moved to Vermont and I started to research the state’s Nordic skiing venues, I have been excited to ski at Ole’s Cross Country Center… 902 more words

Nordic Skiing

Lampshades

I have had the pleasure of painting lampshades for a fellow artist/potter. My friend, Ulrike Tessmer makes beautiful, functional stoneware. From Germany, she apprenticed with renown master potter, Monika Maezel, in Hamburg. 48 more words

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Wilder Farm Inn, Waitsfield, Vermont

There’s something utterly charming about the creaky wooden floors, hidden nooks and crannies, and unique architectural details present in 19th-century homes. We both have a thing for old Vermont farmhouses and a desire to someday own one. 1,648 more words

Lodging

Lareau Farm & American Flatbread, Waitsfield, Vermont

Lareau Farm in Waitsfield—home to a classic, 13-room Vermont inn and the original American Flatbread—isn’t the type of place I would normally consider staying. We usually opt for B&Bs and inns that have personality but are more luxurious than our own home. 688 more words

Lodging

Mad River Barn, Waitsfield, Vermont

Located 1.7 miles from Mad River Glen, Mad River Barn is a destation for skiiers (and non-skiiers like me) alike. The current owners, Andrew and Heather, recently underwent a huge renovation, and they’re about to experience their first foliage season with the inn and restaurant. 382 more words

Lodging