Bookmark this page

Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape
Contents (c) 2006 ~ 2010
All Rights Reserved

Find and Go Seek

Who Fish

Vermont Vacation

VT Chamber

VT Living

Jeff's bookshelf: read

How to Survive the Recession - A Vermont Perspective

More of Jeff's books »
Jeff Connor's  book recommendations, reviews, favorite quotes, book clubs, book trivia, book lists
Advice [ 175 ]  RSS ATOM
Attractions [ 20 ]  RSS ATOM
Events [ 241 ]  RSS ATOM
Food [ 25 ]  RSS ATOM
General [ 83 ]  RSS ATOM
Nature [ 27 ]  RSS ATOM
Shopping [ 25 ]  RSS ATOM
Unusual [ 61 ]  RSS ATOM
VT Books [ 3 ]  RSS ATOM
VT Products [ 34 ]  RSS ATOM


RSS ATOM  Full archive
current month

Visitors    3347878
Online users 26

blog search directory
Travel Blogs - Blog Catalog Blog Directory
Travel Blog Directory
Blogarama - The Blog Directory
Vermont Dept of Tourism
Find and Go Seek VT
Megapickles Photoblog
Curtis Savard Photography
Best of Vermont
 The Vermont Gardener - Vermont Hardy Plants For Sale
 Alchemist Pub & Brewery 
 Happy Vermont
 Vermont Life Magazine
 New Vermont Cooking
 Vermont Ski Maven
 Vermont Waterfalls
 Vermont Swimming Holes
 FlavorChase Maple Syrup Blog
 Waterbury Tourism Blog
 Cabin Fever in Vermont Blog
 View Jeffrey Connor's profile on LinkedIn
Grunberg Haus's Facebook profile
 Viralogy Tracker
 Bookmark and Share

6 Jan 2009
Printable version  |  Email to a friend
Beautiful Fall Foliage Video

I know that now might not be the right time of year for this, but I just ran across a great fall foliage video that is enjoyable to look at no matter when you see it.

It is an unusually well done amateur video with good editing and music. Videographer Roger Shealy shot this footage last October during a visit to Burlington and Lake Champlain.

This video will inspire you to visit VT to see the foliage colors even if you have been here to see it previously. They always look great but last year was a spectacular year for color - many more red leaves than I ever remember seeing before and the orange and yellow leaves were extremely bright too. The season started early but remained a long time.

Start saving your $$$ now and plan to travel to VT and see this year's foliage show!

(c) 2009 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus Inn
Advice , Nature
posted by  grunhaus at  20:03