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To Be a Localvore

April 26, 2011


By Kate Dubenetsky Localvores are people who believe in the importance of eating food that was grown and raised in their local area. It is a movement that has started to gain some power, especially in Vermont where there is so much local food to choose from. It might sound daunting, and somewhat diet restricting, […]

A Horse Lover’s Green Mountain Vacation

April 22, 2011


By Kate Dubenetsky It may not be the Wild West, and it may not be full of Cowboys and ranches, but Vermont has a rich horse culture that includes many different experiences for horse lovers of all ages.  Vermont has a lot of horse farms, small and large across the state. If you are looking […]

Over the River and Through the Woods — On a Roller Coaster?

April 22, 2011


By Kate Dubenetsky  A 1,600-foot climb above the treetops of the Green Mountains followed by a 375-foot drop, reaching speeds of 25 miles per hour. The 3,100 foot long coaster track, runs along the contours of Okemo Mountain Resorts, Jackson Gore, taking riders through the woods on a series of waves, camel backs, and banking […]

Burlington’s VIP Beer Experience

March 15, 2011


In 2006 MSNBC listed Burlington, Vermont as the fourth best city in the world for beer lovers, coming in behind cities known for their beer such as Berlin and Bruges. Many would be surprised to learn that Burlington was such a hot bed for beer, handcrafter unique beer at that. Enter Burlington Brew Tours. The company that allows you to sit back and relax, while they drive you around with a certified “beer geek” to Burlington’s best breweries and beer pubs for a V.I.P. experience of Burlington’s beer culture.