By Elizabeth L. Dugger
This experience consultant to Vermont covers climbing, cycling, canoeing, camping out, horseback driving, diving and snowboarding, in addition to the fundamental wishes of visitors reminiscent of the place to stick, eating places, purchasing, getting round and sightseeing.
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Small luncheonettes cater to the town’s business crowd, and there’s a fresh-air espresso stand on Main Street during mild weather. There are also the heady aromas of at least three Brattleboro bakeries. PLANS FOR A RIVER VIEW Over the next few years, Brattleboro residents hope to open the downtown area directly to the Connecticut River by removing an old building from the east side of Main Street, creating waterfront access through a park and food court. If you run into construction in this town of ordinarily trying traffic, think of it as a gift for the future, and take a look at how the project is coming along.
A number of the guide and tour services offer special focus on wildlife and plants. Primitive bogs and plenty of wetlands shelter varied bird communities. In the following chapters, listings of these tours and guide services are followed by historical and cultural walking tours and points of interest. n Where To Stay & Where To Eat Country inns and bed-and-breakfast homes line every major route through Vermont, and many have gourmet cuisine prepared by extraordinary chefs. Regional listings offer some of the highlights, and give you resources for tracking down more.
Write ahead to check availability, especially for groups: Living History Association, PO Box 1389, Wilmington, VT 05363 (don’t let the mailing address confuse you; the museum is in the town of Marlboro). Summer hours are 10 to 5 on Thursday through Saturday; fall hours extend to seven days a week during the last week of September and the month of October. There is no admission charge. 42 n Touring ingham, also known as the Harriman Reservoir, where divers can examine the old foundations of the “drowned” town of Mountain Mills.