Monthly Archives: September 2011
This is my very last post on that nasty Irene! It is time to give her the ol’ Viking Funeral. In the month since her visit, it is nothing short of a miracle, all the progress that has been … Continue reading
Amazing, exciting news…. ROUTE 4 IS OPEN! You can now travel the entire road, from Rutland in the west, through Killington, Bridgewater, Woodstock, all the way east to Interstate 89. This is a BIG, BIG deal, Route 4 is central Vermont’s busiest east-west … Continue reading
I thought I would share with you our lovely afternoon at the Art Festival. And yes, I got Bob to buy me lunch! A Picture is Worth a thousand words.
Progress, progress and more progress….. Well, it is a beautiful early September day, (the air is giving us a little teaser of coolness, that tells us fall is knocking on our door!) The most significant progress to report is about … Continue reading
Happily, quiet news day…..Today Gov. Shumlin visited Woodstock offering information and support. Road repairs are “full steam ahead”. Areas that suffered severe damage have had lots of volunteers assisting with clean-up. Progress everywhere! Yesterday, Bob took a drive around the … Continue reading
News continously improves… Roads are getting an amazing amount of attention, with non stop repairs. We strolled through downtown last night (Saturday) and you might have thought nothing had happened here. Melaza, Bentley’s, Prince & the Pauper, The Daily Grind … Continue reading
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