Fitch Hill Inn

258 Fitch Hill Road, Hyde Park, Vermont, 05655, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 258 Fitch Hill Road, Hyde Park, is near Rock Art Brewery, Johnson Woolen Mills, Tea at the Governor's House, and Noyes House Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Hyde Park

    Vermont Ski Museum

    A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 06, 2014

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    Today we visited the Vermont ski museum. I learned about two main things: Perry Merril, known as "The Man Who Put Vermont on Skis", and the 10th Mountain division, a ski unit in World War II. Perry Merrill Perry Merrill was a forester who believed in public use of public land. He was appointed State Forester in 1930. As supervisor of the Civilian Conservation Corps, he supported ski development, and leased state land to developers, bringing millions to the state. 10th Mountain ...

    Hike & cow stampede.

    A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 03, 2014

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    Today, we hiked over the side of Mount Elmore to find a connection between some trails that we had found previously. We split into 2 groups, one going from one side, one from the other.
    My group, (Mom, Paul, Nicholas, and Catherine) made good time, though there were a few times when we almost lost the trail, and once or twice even considered turning back. Though at the end, a little ...

    Chester Arthur Home

    A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... party machine politician, he surprised everyone by continuing his predecessors civil service reforms, though he himself had once been fired as a result of similar reforms.

    Plagued by poor health throughout his term, he made a halfhearted attempt to secure a second nomination, and retired after his term ended in 1885. He died on November 16, 1886, in New York ...

    Update from Vermont

    A travel blog entry by miaandpappy4 on Aug 19, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... Wisconsin, Michigan and now Vermont, the flowers have been beautiful. Almost every business and home has a lovely, colorful flower garden. Also visited the National Morgan Horse Farm in Middlebury. The farm was owned by the government until 1952 and was then taken over by the University of Vermont. The military trained horses for the Calvary at this facility. The barn was spectacular and built in e 1800's. Had ...

    Danville, Vermont

    A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Aug 07, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... in almost a 100 years!!
    As we were looking for the covered bridge where our friend had some very good times, we came across a man walking his miniature horse. As we stopped to take a picture he invited us to his house to see the other ones he had.We went over and he let Suzanne walk Harvey! They really are cute!
    Well after our visit to Danville it is time to move onto Lake George, New York and the ...