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9 Nov 2008
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Southern VT Travel Blog


About nine years ago, we traveled to Vermont and New Hampshire to look at inns for sale. One of our favorites was an inn in Brattleboro VT called 40 Putney Road, named after the address there. It had beautiful French architecture and a nice location. We ended up passing on it because we found our current VT bed and breakfast inn that was a better fit for us and made our numbers work better. Since that time, 40 Putney Road has changed hands a couple of times I think. The new owners, Tim and Amy, look like they are doing a great job with it - see especially the room photos on their website.

They also write a blog I found a couple of months ago just as we started heading into the big fall foliage rush. Now that the extra busy period is over, I am getting around to writing about the blog. It's called "InnBrattleboro" and I have found it to be an interesting source of information about the area of southern Vermont. They also write some about southern New Hampshire which is a very short drive across the Connecticut River from their Brattleboro VT location.

It's nice to find this blog because a couple of other southern Vermont blogs I was following ended up dormant and I took them off my links list in the right column. InnBrattleboro looks like it has been going since December last year so I have hope the writers will keep it at it. I will put a link to it under the Travel Friends heading on the right.

Tim and Amy don't write frequently: twice in October and twice in September (during the busy season, remember) but prior to that they were writing blog entries roughly four times a month. Some of the photo links are broken but the ones that do work just take you to a slightly larger version of the photo. Thanks to InnBrattleboro, I've learned about new places to visit down there and this blog will be the first place I will check the next time we plan a trip to southern VT.

Tim is also a website designer. His company, Loose Leaf Design, does some nice looking work.

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