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1 Oct 2007
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I was checking the Vermont Department of Tourism's website this evening and was quite struck with this photograph. It's not a "gee whiz" spectacular vista, just a pleasant, classic Vermont country road scene. At first I thought I might know where this road is (North Road from Bethel to Barnard) but I'm not at all sure because I began remembering other roads that look similar. However, no matter where you are in Vermont, there are pretty drives nearby - just ask your friendly innkeepers - they are used to being asked and will probably have several ideas for you.

By the way, the Vermont Vacation website is a tremendous resource and I recommend it highly.

(c) 2007 [except the photograph] Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus Inn
posted by  grunhaus at  21:48