D&D Travel's New England Photo Series... Springtime in Vermont

New England offers some of the best scenery in the country. After heavy winter snows, rural Vermont comes alive in late Spring, as you are about to see during a weekend trip in late May, 2014! The following 28 images are HQ, so please allow ample time to load them...we hope you enjoy!   - Donna and Dennis Hubbs

images copyright 2014, Dennis A. Hubbs, D&D Travel Sevices, LLC            [home]

Bingham Falls, Mt. Mansfield State Forest, Stowe, Vermont, on the West Branch of the Waterbury River...

A small stream tumbles down the hillside along the trail to Bingham Falls...

A roadside waterfall along Route 108 in rural northern Vermont...

Above and next four images below: Typical sights along Vermont Route 108 between Stowe and Enosburg Falls...

Above and below: Beautiful farms near Enosburg Falls, Vermont, along VT 108 and 105...

Along US Route 2 near South Alburgh...

Upper reaches of Lake Champlain, seen from US 2, North Hero...

Above two images: The Phelps Farm, along East Shore North in Grand Isle, VT - a dairy operation owned by the Lafayette Family...

Also in Grand Isle, this is the Pearl House Farm, circa. 1830, on East Shore North

In Jericho, Vermont - The Old Red Mill, home of the Jericho Historical Society and where Wilson A. "Snowflake" Bentley discovered (and photographed) snowflakes, discovering that no two are alike!

In back of the Cold Hollow Cider Mill, Route 100, in Waterbury, Vermont...

A metal sculpture graces farmland near Waitsfield, along VT Route 100...

Above and below: In Waitsfield...

The Appalachian Gap, at 2375 feet, crosses the Green Mountains in Buels Gore. The Appalachian Trail also crosses here, along VT Route 17...

A lovely roadside cataract just down the mountain from the Appalachian Gap on VT 17...

Above and below: At Lincoln Peak Vineyard in New Haven, VT...

On new wine release day at Lincoln Peak, Papa Grey Beard's Duo performs on the deck, overlooking the pond and vineyards...

Otter Creek is running high and fast at the old Marble Works spillway in Middlebury...

...and wildflowers have sprung up along the banks of the creek, just above piles of old marble tailings...

This is 14-foot Bartlett Falls, along Lincoln Gap Road in the New Haven River Gorge, Bristol. Below, a rope hangs from a tree just above the large pool a few feet downstream from the falls. It awaits the next brave soul, but probably at times of lower water level and a slower current!

Thanks for looking! - Donna and Dennis, D&D Travel

                               

                 

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