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Vermont - FLASHBACKS
1976, 1984 & 2000

Welcome to Vermont sign 1975
Brian and Renee Duquette 1976
VT skylift 1976
VT skylift 1976
VT skylift 1976 view
Vermont 1984

Pownal in Bennington County is the southwesternmost point in Vermont.

Welcome to Vermont Sign Welcome to Pownal sign
Karen and Lee Duquette 1984
Karen and Lee Duquette 1984
Karen and Lee Duquette 1984
Karen and Lee Duquette 1984
Karen and Lee Duquette 1984

Vermont sign

Smuggler's Notch Inn, Jeffersonville, VT- September, 2000

Smuggler's Noth Inn in Vermont Smuggler's Notch Inn in Vermont
goats at Smuggler Notch Inn

September 12, 2000 at Ben & Jerry's Cabot Creamery in Vermont
on Main Street in Cabot, Vermont

Karen and Lee enjoyed watching the dairy products being made as they toured the factory and nibbled their way around the gift shop.

Ben and Jerry's ice cream story
dairy cows
Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory Tours
Karen Duquette at Cabot Creamery in Vermont, 2000
sunshine divider bars

September 16, 2000 Fall Colors in Vermont

Lee Duquette and fall colors in Vermont 2000
Lee Duquette and fall colors in Vermont 2000
fall colors in Vermont 2000
Karen Duquette in Vermont
fall colors in Vermont 2000
fall colors in Vermont 2000
Lee Duquette in Vermont 2000
Karen Duquette and some big sunflowers
scenery

Below: Driving Scenery in Vermont - September 17, 2000

driving around a big rock
driving around a big rock
big sunf;pwers
an outhouse in the middle of nowwhere

Below: Even though it was not the time of year for snow, Karen noticed an unusual sign about snow falling from a roof, so she snapped a few photos as they drove by,

snow falling from a roof sign

Below: - No, it would not be good to have snow fall off the slanted roof onto a car, truck or bus as it drove by.

slanted roof barn
slanted roof barn
divider bar
Maple Grove Farms of Vermont
Maple Grove Farms of Vermont sign
Lee Duquette and  a big Maple Syrup can
divider bar

September 19, 2000 - Teddy Bear Factory in Shelburne, VT

VT Teddy Bear Factory sign
Karen Duquette and a giant teddy bear
rocks divider bar

September 19, 2000

Mount Mansfield, Located in Mount Mansfield State Forest, is the highest mountain in Vermont with a summit that peaks at 4,395 feet above sea level. Located in the town of Underhill in Chittenden County, the ridgeline, including some secondary peaks, extends into the town of Stow in Lamoille County and the mountain's flanks also reach into the town of Cambridge. In 1980, the Mount Mansfield Natural area was designated as a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service.

Mount Mansfield sign
Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak sign
Gondola Skyride in Vermont
about the Gondola Skyride in Vermont

Views from the skylift

Views from the skylift
Views from the skylift

Climbing over the rocks and in-between big boulders

Lee Duquette in-between big boulders
Karen and Lee Duquette in-between big boulders
Lee Duquette in the rocks
Karen Duquette in the rock
Karen Duquette

Relaxing at the top of Mount Mansfield

Karen and Lee Duquette at the top of Mount Mansfield
Lee Duquette at the top of Mount Mansfield

running clockOctober 2, 2000

Lee Duquette and some long johns

look below

Covered Bridges in Vermont