Branch Brook Bed & Breakfast

Address: 5849 South Wheelock Road, Lyndonville, Vermont, 05849, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5849 South Wheelock Road, Lyndonville, is near Great Vermont Corn Maze and Trout River Brewing Company.
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Travel Blogs from Lyndonville

'Home Girl' in New Hampshire...

A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 22, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... filled in and converted into walking trails. These run for miles along the river and throughout the woods. These trails are used by hikers and campers alike.

At 12:15pm at the highest peak it was 4deg C and that wasn't taking the wind chill into consideration we didn't hang out there for long! As far as the foliage goes, the rain does tend to strip away the autumn leaves from the trees. We also noticed less red in the colours, ...

Covered Bridges, Franconia Notch, Gorge-ous Hike

A travel blog entry by sarafish on Oct 15, 2014

11 photos

... that theorized that the coverings kept out rain and snow, prolonging the bridges' lives, which sounded perfectly legitimate. A sign read that a farmer claimed bridges were covered for the same reasons women wore petticoats, "...to protect their underpinnings." Other theories range from keeping the bridge dry, preventing it from getting ice in the joints and cracking, strengthening the structure, keeping snow out, and giving the bridge a barn-like appearance. Interesting ideas. ...

Thursday tourists: Ben & Jerry's Ice cream Factory

A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Oct 09, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... for the job. Lin again lent us her car and navigator so this time we headed up to Barre for lunch (Jesse knows the lunch spots with internet access!) and then to Ben and Jerry's Ice cream factory. Ben and Jerry's is a famous Vermont tourist attraction. Ben and Jerry started their ice cream factory in the mid 60s. They are committed to ethical ways of doing business ...

"Autumn leaves" Nat King Cole

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 08, 2014

5 photos

... not for teeth, but trousers) in a variety of pastoral shades, but mainly greens and reds. Steph was sorely tempted, but resisted. Back into Stowe via a less hilly route and through the commercial bit of town that we hadn't seen before. We hadn't missed a great deal. Down the valley and to the triumph of the day, Ben and Jerry's Ice-cream Factory!
I am not making these up:Why do cows have bells? Because their horns ...

An ass on the trail

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 06, 2014

169 photos

... its open and I am terrified of open areas when it comes to heights. I was afraid but I made my way up there anyway and went slowly from viewfinder to viewfinder…they were metal and bolted to the deck so I guess I felt safe holding onto them for some odd reason. I would just start in the center of the deck and look down and make my way to the viewfinder on each corner. I got some good shots from up there but mostly I was just ...