Discover St. Johnsbury in the Summer
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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.
Discover St. Johnsbury in the Winter
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Beautiful St. Johnsbury, Vermont is a surprising cultural center in the Green Mountain State's famed Northeast Kingdom. Here you'll discover a rare blend of sophistication and genuine country charm. This active artists' community offers galleries, theater, dance, concerts, independent films, an historic natural history museum and planetarium, unique shops, and of course, the exhilarating winter recreation that Vermont is known for. Come on up and play in St. Jay.
Let's Visit Montpelier, VT
Montpelier, VT is the smallest U.S. state capital, but it has quite a lot to offer from a beautiful, historic downtown to a great view of the city from the hills surrounding the area. The Winooski River also runs through the valley just south of the immediate downtown area.
Best Swimming Holes in Vermont. TOP 15
Best Swimming Holes in Vermont. TOP 15: Bristol Falls, Dog River, Dorset Quarry, Salmon Hole, Marble Street Quarry, Lareau Hole, Warren Falls, Bingham Falls, Terrill Gorge, Buttermilk Falls, Waitsfield Covered Bridge, Moss Glen Falls, Quechee Gorge, Benson's Hole
10 Most Haunted Places in New England
# 10 Most Haunted Places in New England :
New England is a small area compared to the rest of the Unites States, but it is rich with history and culture. From the Native American tribes to the Revolutionary War, the area provides a great learning experience. But besides the history, the area is filled with many ghostly locations. Here are ten haunted places in New England.
10. America’s Stonehenge
9. The Sterling Opera House
8. Blood Cemetery
7. The Paine House
6. Rutland Prison Camp
5. College Hall
4. The Captain Grant’s 1754
3. Elder Ballou Cemetery
2. SK Pierce Haunted Victorian Mansion
1. The Lizzie Borden House
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Hi, CORVAIRWILD here. A little about me and what I do: First, I love my wife of many years, she is a wonderful lady. I call her Mrs CW. I can never go anywhere without her & my Dog Muggs! He's cool. You should have a dog like him too. Next, I am a landlord, NO, not a slumlord who does section 8 apartment rentals, but I keep my properties up like they were my own...they are my own! Like I live there. I have lots of apartment buildings, a farm out in the country and a house here and there. I am always doing something, driving rehabbing, you name it! I want to include you, so I bring my camera! EVERYWHERE! Haha.
Did I mention I am a car enthusiast! I can't get enough Covairs and Vintage Chevy and GMC trucks. They have great reliability...all of em' the best vehicle on the road ever is a Corvair Spider Turbo. Back to the trucks, I love the diesel trucks and suburbans, Blazers too. That's what I plow snow with. A fisher snow plow. I'm a busy guy, but I make time for you. Thanks! CW
New Discovery Campground
Some shots from New Discovery Campground area in Groton State Forest, VT. Highlights include Big Deer Mountain Peak and Peacham Bog. Music is The Pixies Here Comes Your Man and There Goes My Gun.
HOT NEWS Morristown 2017 Best Of Morriston VT Tourism
Morriston VT Tourism. Morristown is a town in Lamoille County, Vermont, United States. The population was 5,227 at the 2010 census. Morristown is the largest town by population in Lamoille County, and its central village of Morrisville serves as the county's main commercial center.
▶️ Driving Downtown Montpelier Vermont
Short Driving Tour of Montpelier VT from State Street to Main Street to Route 2. Montpelier is the capital city of Vermont with a population of 7,535 (2016)
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Lake Champlain Islands Vermont - RV Road Trip
Lake Champlain Islands in Vermont is another RV road trip to fulfill all 300 of National Geographic's scenic highways and byways. This 33 mile long road trip was short and sweet through the islands of North Hero, Grand Isle, and South Hero all the way to Burlington, Vermont. Bicyclists, sail boats, apple orchards.
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Season 1 Episode 23 Location: Lake Champlain Islands, Vermont
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