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Robert Frost Mountain Vacation Cabins Have Come to Ripton
By Lisa Hartman
   Are you sitting down?  Good.  Now close your eyes and breathe deeply.  Envision a peaceful, beautiful place where you are surrounded by majestic mountains. Your worries diminish as your spirit is rejuvenated…..
   Welcome to Robert Frost Mountain Cabins nestled atop Robert Frost Mountain in the heart of the Green Mountains.  In the town of Ripton, on the 112 acre property of Carol and Marty Kulczyk, the passion, planning and hard work of this couple is coming to fruition.  The cabins made of timber frame construction using timber from the property, and local resources and talent, are clustered within a 5 acre area so as not to disturb the acreage and the lovely mountain views. Two cabins of a proposed 10 cabin development are now open for year round, short term or extended stay rental and the Kulczyks have already hosted guests from DC, MD, PA, NC, CA and the UK.  [ more ]

Gone Fishin’
By Tom Pinsoonneault
   Several years ago, my friend and neighbor Rick Buxton of Orwell and I decided to take the neighborhood kids fishing. It really didn’t seem like such a hair-brained idea or recipe for disaster at the time. The ladies thought it was an excellent idea! They offered us all kinds of encouragement and support and even helped load the cars. Rick and I should have been suspicious.

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Branbury State Park Wins Park Of The Year Award
By Marcie Bolton
Every year an award goes to a Vermont State Park in each region for park of the year.  This year in Addison County, Branbury State Park won top honors for region 2.  According to the purpose of the program is to acknowledge exemplary accomplishments of the parks field staff, as well as for the enhancement of public service – to make the parks a better, more enjoyable place to recreate. They do this to emphasize the focus on group accomplishment.   [ more ]


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