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Woodstock Post Irene Update 9/2/11

Another day of amazing progress…….More shops opened today and  as I drove through downtown, people were sitting outside at two of our cafes, having a bite to eat and coffee.  Bentley’s is opening for dinner this evening.   Prince & the Pauper is … Continue reading

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Woodstock, Post Irene Update 9/1/11

Lots of progress today…… Betsy from Sugar Bush Farms let us know that they are open for visitors.  Billings Farm is opening tomorrow, Sept 2.  Our local laundromat has been given the okay to open.  (Can full restoration of water … Continue reading

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Irene and Woodstock

First, let me start off by saying, we are fine, Bob and I and our home The Canterbury House are thankfully intact and unscathed.  Our little community has fallen down and skinned its knees.  As you have all seen on … Continue reading

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Ahhhh…..August

Hummingbirds just love these Zinnia that I started from seeds in the spring

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Vermont Cheesemakers Festival

A week ago Sunday, (July 24th) I went with our friends Dan and Vita (you remember Vita…the chicken lady from Tenn, who had the “how many eggs did her chickens lay” contest and I got the rooster clock? Check out my blog … Continue reading

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Did You Know?…

Did you know… that every week, all summer long, on Thursdays, Pentangle Council for the Arts sponsors their BROWN BAG CONCERTS, on the Woodstock Green @ 12:00 noon?   You can bring your lunch, sit under a tree and enjoy different groups, … Continue reading

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Abe Lincoln’s Vermont Connection

Last week Bob and I had some free time so we decided to play tourist and visit Hildene the home of  Robert Todd Lincoln, the only son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln to survive to adulthood.  The home is … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Woodstock Village

This morning I decided I would avail myself to truly one of the best things about living in the Village of Woodstock, VT–WALKING.  There isn’t a bad time to walk the village, but one of the best times is a … Continue reading

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Woodstock and the 4th of July

Have you made your plans for the 4th of July?  It is just a week away?  You have probably thought about the beach and yes, there is nothing like the sound of the surf crashing on the sand and frolicking in … Continue reading

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Covered Bridges Half Marathon & The Canterbury House…Encore

The Covered Bridges Half Marathon of 2011 is now a distant, happy memory.  As innkeepers, Bob  and I look forward to this week-end all year.  When we decided to purchase the Canterbury House, all those years ago, we didn’t know … Continue reading

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Covered Bridges Half Marathon & The Canterbury House AGAIN

No, you are not going crazy…I know some of you have already read the blog about the Covered Bridges Half Marathon and the Canterbury House runners. Unfortunately, our host server provider was hacked last week end.  What came up if … Continue reading

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GOLF ANYONE?

  Woodstock is a wonderful place to visit, for so many reasons, and in late spring  and summer one of the best reasons is GOLF.  If you like to play golf, you don’t want to miss the opportunity to experience a Robert Trent Jones … Continue reading

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Daylight Savings

Don’t you just love daylight savings?  This week-end we spring forward!  I love that whole spring forward thing.  After a winter like this one, springing forward to spring sounds pretty darn good to me.  I find that once we change the … Continue reading

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Oh Baby, It’s REALLY Cold Outside!

Okay, I am NOT telling you anything you didn’t already know, or for that matter experienced,  where you live….IT HAS BEEN BONE CHILLING COLD RECENTLY!! Last week-end (Jan 21st through the 24th, Monday) we had some pretty impressive temperatures, ranging … Continue reading

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Oh Baby, it’s COLD outside!

These were taken Sunday morning, January 16th 2011, temperature around 16 degrees.   Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, but pretty.  Of course Canterbury House guests are a hardy bunch….We fortified them with a tasty,  full breakfast, and off they went to cross country ski and snow … Continue reading

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