Posts Tagged ‘wildlife’
CELEBRATING VERMONT AND SUMMER
Every June, the state hosts “Vermont Days.” The weekend celebrates the beginning of Summer with free admission to day-use areas at Vermont State Parks and state-owned historic sites. This year, the weekend is June 10 and 11. You don’t have to be a resident of Vermont to take part. Out-of-state visitors are welcome to celebrate…Read More
Opportunity and Beauty in Rutland, Vermont
“Life in Rutland, Vermont is characterized by its close access to opportunity in an urban center that still feels like a small town, as well as the variety of recreational spaces amid Vermont’s natural beauty.” This is a direct quote from ThinkVermont, an initiative of the Vermont Department of Economic Development to provide resources to those interested in…Read More
SNOW ON THE BEACH? WE HAVE IT HERE!
In Vermont, April’s average temperatures are in the 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit range. Flowers begin to grow through snow-patched gardens and Vermont’s wildlife comes out of hibernation. But sometimes, like this past week, we experience unseasonably high temperatures. Some portions of Vermont broke single-day records this past week with temps in the high 80s. Rutland County…Read More
LOVE MOUNTAIN BIKING? ENTER OUR CONTEST!
Do you love mountain biking? You’re in luck! We are hosting a mountain biking weekend getaway for two pairs, June 16-18. Bring your significant other or your friend for a weekend of riding in the Green Mountains. We will cover your hotel stay at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel, rentals for mountain biking, and provide money for your…Read More
REAL RUTLAND PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS
It may officially be spring, but Rutland is getting 1-3 inches of snow on Saturday! This week, we are taking a look at the three winning photos from our Real Rutland Winter Photography Contest, held earlier this month. Sunrise Skinning This photo was sent to us by Amy Laramie. She took this sunrise photo from the Pico side of…Read More