Vermont Travel Stories

There are no traffic lights on Lake Champlain's most remote and least commercialized island. As longtime resident Linda Fitch told me, "Two cars meeting at the four corners of Isle La Motte constitute our version of a traffic jam."
Impulsive Traveler: Cruising on Lake Champlain (Post, September 17, 2010; 1:20 PM)
Searching for Spooks in the Folklore of Bellows Falls, Vt. (Post, July 5, 2009)
In the Far Reaches of Vermont, a Kingdom of Riches (Post, May 10, 2009)
In Vermont, the Leaves Are Falling And the Chicken Pies Are Calling (Post, September 9, 2007)
BIRDING 101: Winging It in Vermont (Post, May 13, 2007)
TRAVEL Q&A: New England's Santaland (Post, July 9, 2006)
A Cheaper Peeper: Low Airfares, Bargain Lodging Put a Vermont Autumn in Reach (Post, September 21, 2005)
GOOD SPORTS: These Boots Were Made for Skiing, Skating (Post, March 6, 2005)
Vermont in Your Back Yard?: Stowe: Leave D.C. in the Morning and Be Skiing by Noon (Post, December 5, 2004)
overnight success: In Vermont, Kipling's Bedtime Stories (Post, February 1, 2004)
Killington: Female Power at a Vermont Ski Clinic (Post, December 7, 2003)
Going to the Dog Chapel. . .: On a Vermont Road Trip, Set The Kitsch-o-Meter to High (Post, July 6, 2003)
In Vermont, a Vicious Cycle?: Our man did great -- once he bought the padded bike shorts. (Post, June 8, 2003)
Vermont: Ski-Inn, Ski Out (Post, December 1, 2002)
Hip, Hippie, Hippest: Burlington, Vt., Sheds Its Flannel (Post, May 26, 2002)
Zoom With a View: With Weekend Workshops, Learning to Photograph Nature Is a Trip (Post, June 4, 2003)
DOUGH!: At the King Arthur Baking School in Vermont, even dummies are on a roll. (Post, November 21, 2001)
Animal Tracking: Mad River Valley, Vt. (Post, January 28, 2001)
Vermont's True Colors: To See the State At Its Best, Look Beyond the Leaves (Post, October 9, 2000)

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