Tag Archives: Vermont
It’s been a year since I started this blog on the way back from a trip to Vermont to see the fall foliage colors. I should put up a few shots of this year’s trip:
This blog started on the way back from my Oct’12 trip to Vermont for the fall foliage season. In the spring, it’s skiing and visiting family for birthdays. We visited the Cabot cheese factory, in the town of Cabot and … Continue reading
This is a panorama from the Mad River Glen post below. The software that puts these together is not without flaws, but it’s still a pretty good likeness to “being there”.
There’s a section of 108 above Smuggler’s Notch which narrows to less than a standard two lane road. In a light rain with moderate wind, this scene was haunting. I imagine it would be positively spooky under a slim moon. … Continue reading
My brother’s favorite place to ski: A little way further north and west there was a little pond. You can spot it from the parking spot at the top of the hill, but the view is fantastic from the bottom. … Continue reading
Overcast skies but nice colors. The gray spots are trees with no leaves, where the rain has been doing its work. I had to move north and/or higher altitudes to get more the reds and deep oranges, but still found … Continue reading
The rain knocked down a lot of leaves, so overall the colors may have been a little better the week before I arrived, but it’s hard to pick just the right week when you have to make flight reservations well … Continue reading