Vermont’s Historic Plymouth Cheese Factory

Vermont has been famous for wonderful cheeses for years and years. Actually for 128 years! The Plymouth Cheese Factory was built back in 1890 and has been going strong ever since. The company was started in 1890 by Colonel John … Continue reading

A History of Goodness At Vermont’s Cloudland Farm

Lucky are the animals that get to roam the pastures at Cloudland Farm in North Pomfret, Vermont. The pristine, rolling hills locale is the stuff of photographs. It’s also a pretty grand place for humans, so grab you camera, bring … Continue reading

Enjoy The Show At Barn Arts Center in Barnard, VT

Located near to Maple Leaf Inn, the Barn Arts Center for the Arts is an engaging space to take in a performance and support the local community too. Barn Arts Center was created to engage burgeoning artist’s community, helping to … Continue reading

ShackletonThomas Showcases Vermont Artistry

In a world of mass-produced everything, it it’s a delight to uncover the beauty and simplicity of finely-crafted hand-made furniture and pottery. This is just what you’ll find in a visit to the ShackletonThomas workshop store in Bridgewater, Vermont. ShackletonThomas … Continue reading

Vermont’s Long Trail Brewing Company

Back in 1989, craft brewers were a rare breed. It was before the hype and the popularity soared, and when the soon-to-be trend-setters were getting established. That’s when Long Trail Brewing Company, then known as Mountain Brewers, took shape. The … Continue reading

Find Artisan Creations At Vermont’s Collective Gallery

The historical stone building where Collective-the art of craft is located seems tailor-made for the gallery—it’s spacious and open and has an appealing age-old ambiance that’s hard to replicate. The 19th Century site was the first industrial building in Woodstock, … Continue reading