Seasons are a Changing in Woodstock

 

Our Ambassador of Foliage, Scarecrow Joe

 

Labor day has come and gone.  Signs of summer are slowly fading.  Temperatures are getting cooler every day.  Pumpkins, gourds and the fall chrysanthemums are cropping up around town.  We are even discussing when the orange tree will be coming indoors for the winter.  All the subtle signs that  our wonderful fall foliage is just around the corner.         

Of course, it is sad to see summer come to an end, but those feelings quickly go away as we watch the leaves turn their brilliant beautiful colors.  If you have never been to Vermont during Foliage Season, you are missing something wonderful.  This is such a terrific time to experience all that Vermont has to offer.  In addition to the spectacular colors, you don’t want to miss  visiting our state parks or our one and only National Park, right here in Woodstock.  Plenty of general stores, cheese and maple syrup  to sample, and don’t  miss out on having  that hot apple cider, or that ever famous Ben and Jerry’s ice cream  (you can EVEN take a tour of their factory).    
 

Yes, people from all over the world come to Vermont to experience the fall foliage.  How lucky for us to that so many  come here and we get to meet them when they stay at The Canterbury House.  We would love to have the pleasure of meeting you.  It isn’t to late to plan your trip to Vermont, more specifically Woodstock.  Although many have already booked their stays, we still have some availability, so give us a call and book.  Bob and I look forward to hearing from you.  We will happily assist you in planning a memorable  leaf-peeping  holiday.  Come on, don’t waste another moment the leaves are going to be changing before you know it. 

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