Tag Archives: Vermont

A Day Away from Gadgets

When I was a girl growing up on the wild edges of a civilized town on Connecticut, I roamed the outdoors a lot. My Dad is Remington man and gave us a wholesome appreciation for creation, whether flora or fauna. … Continue reading

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Can anything good come out of Vermont?

Years ago, when Vermont had a Christian homeschool state organization, its president asked me why it was so hard to find people willing to serve as leaders.  A mother of small children at the time, I figured it was the … Continue reading

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Bridge to Understanding

Whenever I have found myself standing next to a postcard rack I always looked for the Bartonsville covered bridge. I rarely found it, but I invariably walked away secretly satisfied. Vermont postcards and calendars focus on more famous and picturesque … Continue reading

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