Riding the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
Come for a quick ride on the new Rail Trail in St. Johnsbury, Vt. It's a real nice trail with light elevation for an easy ride.
The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail – which is a project of the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers in partnership with the State of Vermont – not only offers some wonderful year-round recreational opportunities for Vermonters and visitors alike, but it is also helping create jobs in rural areas of the state. So far, about one-third of the extraordinarily beautiful trail is complete, and area businesses already say they have seen a positive impact on their bottom lines. I am delighted I could secure federal funds to get this project moving and I look forward to the trail’s completion, which will eventually run for 93 miles from Swanton to St. Johnsbury.
LaMoille Valley Rail Trail
This segment of the LVRT starts in St Johnsbury and goes 14 miles to Joe's Pond. #lvrt
Smugglers' - Lamoille Valley Rail Trail Bike-A-Thon
Video recap of the 3rd Annual Lamoille Valley Rail Trail Bike-A-Thon, a fundraiser with the goal of raising $6,000 to benefit the continued development the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail! Donations from this year's event will be matched by 4X the State of Vermont and be focused towards the section of trail that runs from Cambridge Junction to the Fletcher Station.
LVRT Bridge Dedication, St. Johnsbury - Passumpsic Bank - April 14, 2017
LVRT Bridge Dedication, St. Johnsbury - Passumpsic Bank - April 14, 2017
2/23/13... St. Johnsbury-Danville, VT Rail trail
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GoPro GSF and LVRT April 2016
I had the ambition and hope to ride the GMHA 15 Mile Mud Ride the last weekend of April 2016, but decided not to push it after an entire winter off of work. So instead we tested our limits and explored some new trails in the Groton State Forest, on the Cross Vermont Trail and another section of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail from Danville to St. Johnsbury. We ran 6 miles Friday evening and rode 12 miles Saturday.
Threw some clips together from the weekend to share with my trail riding and running horse junkie friends :)
Living the life!
#justanotherdayinthelife #equestrian #LVRT #CVT #conditioningBlackBeauty #whenindoubtrunitout #losemyself #findmysoul #groundwork
Emily + Brendan Married | Danville, VT
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Vermont River Documentary - Lamoille County (3 Rivers)
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Advanced Digital Media: Video
Gihon River - Johnson, Vermont
Seymour River - Cambridge, Vermont
Brewster River - Cambridge, Vermont
Blackmill - Home
Blackmill - One
Blackmill - Let it Be (ft. Veela)
YOU WILL NOT BELIEVE WHERE WE STAYED IN VERMONT!
OMG THE PLACE WE STAYED IN VERMONT WAS ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!
We spent our week in Vermont in a 1800s farmhouse. It was on the rolling green hills of Danville, VT. It was absolutely gorgeous. It was the perfect New England setting. This Vermont farmhouse is a true gem!
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LVRT & Pumpkin Hill
Photos of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail and Pumpkin Hill taken while cross-country skiing on the trail between Danville and St. Johnsbury, Vermont. At a washout I headed south into the hills and climbed up Pumpkin Hill. The music is Stiennur/Järven by Fri Fot. Here's what I know about them: Swedish traditional music. A supergroup composed of respected Swedish folk musicians Ale Moller (Mandola, flute, harp, shawm, harmonica), Lena Willmark (vocals, fiddle, voila, vocals), and Per Gudmundson (fiddle, viola, bagpipes, vocal). I found that description on this page:
St J Summer LVRT
The beautiful town of St. Johnsbury, in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont is a perfect place to experience the best of summer. A cultural center, this artist's community offers galleries, unique shops, restaurants, museums and fantastic outdoor recreation.
Biking Cross Vermont Rail Trail
We rode just 6 miles of the Cross Vermont Rail Trail while camping in Ricker's Pond State Park, Groton, Vermont in early Oct, 2013. But it was gorgeous.
Thomas Wyles words and music by Bobby Rogers, ©1999 all rights reserved, from COCONUT JOE's Two Waters CD, Turtle Bay Records
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Rail Trails of America – The Montpelier Recreation Path – Montpelier, VT
In this episode of Rail Trails of America, Host Timothy W Lawrence, along with sidekick, Aries the Siberian Husky explore the 1.7 mile long Montpelier Recreation Path which runs along the Winooski river in Montpelier, VT.
Highlights seen along the way include the Winooski river, stone plaques along the way, and the Vermont State House.
Feel free to comment with what you like, what you didn't like, recommendations and other trails you would like to see added as time and funding allows!
Hosted by Timothy W. Lawrence and his side kick Aries the Siberian Husky.
Music: Kevin MacLeod
Vermont | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
00:03:43 1 Etymology
00:04:39 2 Geography
00:06:53 2.1 Cities
00:07:17 2.2 Largest towns
00:07:33 2.3 Climate
00:09:42 2.4 Geology
00:11:45 2.5 Fauna
00:14:23 2.6 Flora
00:15:39 3 History
00:15:48 3.1 Native American
00:17:00 3.2 Colonial
00:20:34 3.3 Sovereignty
00:22:06 3.4 Revolutionary War
00:23:19 3.5 Admission to the Union
00:24:59 3.6 The Civil War
00:26:08 3.7 Postbellum era to present
00:26:18 3.7.1 Demographic changes
00:27:07 3.7.2 Natural disasters
00:28:17 3.7.3 Political changes
00:29:53 4 Demographics
00:30:02 4.1 Population changes
00:31:50 4.1.1 Birth data
00:32:17 4.2 Population characteristics
00:33:22 4.3 Vermont speech patterns
00:34:52 4.4 Religion
00:35:00 5 Economy
00:38:23 5.1 Personal income
00:39:29 5.2 Agriculture
00:40:20 5.2.1 Dairy farming
00:43:08 5.2.2 Forestry
00:45:40 5.2.3 Other
00:46:47 5.3 Manufacturing
00:47:17 5.4 Health
00:47:59 5.5 Housing
00:50:08 5.6 Labor
00:51:16 5.7 Insurance
00:52:10 5.8 Tourism
00:55:45 5.9 Quarrying
00:56:50 5.10 Non-profits and volunteerism
00:57:21 6 Transportation
00:59:44 6.1 Major routes
01:00:09 6.1.1 North–south routes
01:02:25 6.1.2 East–west routes
01:04:41 6.2 Rail
01:05:12 6.3 Bus
01:05:20 6.3.1 Intercity
01:06:13 6.3.2 Local
01:08:39 6.4 Ferry
01:09:02 6.5 Airports
01:09:54 7 Media
01:10:03 7.1 Newspapers of record
01:10:47 7.2 Broadcast media
01:11:47 8 Utilities
01:11:56 8.1 Electricity
01:14:22 8.2 Communication
01:15:08 9 Law and government
01:16:18 9.1 Finances and taxation
01:20:10 9.2 Politics
01:20:58 9.2.1 State politics
01:26:22 9.2.2 Federal politics
01:29:48 10 Public health
01:34:48 11 Education
01:36:25 11.1 Higher education
01:37:25 12 Culture
01:39:52 12.1 Sports
01:40:00 12.1.1 Winter sports
01:40:47 12.1.2 Baseball
01:41:15 12.1.3 Basketball
01:41:45 12.1.4 Football
01:42:09 12.1.5 Hockey
01:42:32 12.1.6 Soccer
01:42:56 12.1.7 Motorsport
01:43:50 13 State symbols
01:44:42 14 Notable Vermonters
01:44:58 14.1 Residents
01:46:22 14.2 In fiction
01:47:38 15 Vermont sights
01:47:47 16 See also
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Vermont ( (listen)) is a state in the New England region of the Northeastern United States. It borders the U.S. states of Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east, New York to the west, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north. Vermont is the second-smallest by population and the sixth-smallest by area of the 50 U.S. states. The state capital is Montpelier, the least populous state capital in the United States. The most populous city, Burlington, is the least populous city to be the most populous city in a state. As of 2015, Vermont was the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States. It was ranked as the safest state in the country in 2016.For thousands of years indigenous peoples, including the Mohawk and the Algonquian-speaking Abenaki, occupied much of the territory that is now Vermont and was later claimed by France's colony of New France. France ceded the territory to Great Britain after being defeated in 1763 in the Seven Years' War. Thereafter, the nearby colonies, especially the provinces of New Hampshire and New York, disputed the extent of the area called the New Hampshire Grants to the west of the Connecticut River, encompassing present-day Vermont. The provincial government of New York sold land grants to settlers in the region, which conflicted with earlier grants from the government of New Hampshire. The Green Mountain Boys militia protected the interests of the established New Hampshire land grant settlers against the newly arrived settlers with land titles granted by New York.
Ultimately, a group of settlers with New Hampshire land grant titles established the Vermont Republic in 1777 as an independent state during the American Revolutionary War. The Vermont Republic partially abolished slavery before any of the other states. Vermont then became the fourteenth state to be admitted to the newly established United States in 1791. Vermont ...
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St. Johnsbury is a perfect balance of small-town community and big-city inspiration. Classic Victorian charm mixes with vibrant contemporary arts. It’s a place where families and friends can experience rugged outdoor adventure and world-class culture. Rivers and trains connect outstanding architecture with innovation and education. It’s your gateway to Vermont’s astounding Northeast Kingdom. Discover what you love in St. Johnsbury.
Quality of life is priceless, and here in St. Johnsbury, you’ll find a balance of work and relaxation that suits all kinds of interests. Jobs in healthcare, legal practice, financial services, education and the arts lead the way in our diverse community. There are opportunities for entrepreneurs and all levels of manufacturing. You’ll find employers who are invested in and engaged with the people they support.
Year-round outdoor recreation is part of the fabric of St. Johnsbury! There is no shortage of ways to explore and experience a mix of challenging or gentle trails for your skiing, hiking, biking or rambling. St. Johnsbury’s Recreation program is bursting with activities, camps and events for kids and adults throughout the year. If you’re looking for indoor activities, you’ll find films, galleries, coffee shops and more. With a full calendar of workshops and performances, there is always something new to try.
Morrisville, VT from 2008 to 2012
Using Google Maps Time Machine tool to highlight changes in Morrisville in the past couple years.
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