Grist Mill House

Rt. 106, P.O. Box 54, Woodstock, Vermont, 05071, United States | B&B
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Vermont

A travel blog entry by jrammon

44

... tubing draped between other maple trees. It takes 40 gallons of sap to make a single gallon of maple syrup. The grade of maple syrups relates to when the sap was harvested from the trees. Early, mid, late, and last. The early is very mild, the mid and late are stronger and the last is the strongest of all. In order for the sap to flow the trees need to freeze at night and then thaw during the day. That is why they only have 5-7 weeks that the weather allows for the sap to flow. The ...

Surfing the USA...

A travel blog entry by maria.gimenez3

11

... blogs.
New England its AMAZING, honestly, one of the most beautiful and natural, i ´ve ever seen.
Everything its green, and fresh, with long and ¨heavy¨rivers, my town was in NH, but we were all the time in Main, Vermont, Boston..

The pics are only abt NH, cause i have so many pictures, and i cant put all together :( ( i wish i could)
Claremont it was in the middle of nowhere, without stores, ( only a few small ones), only one movie theater, and one bowling ...

Day 3 - Woodstock

A travel blog entry by evie033

Took our time this morning and had a great breakfast as usual, Rick served up a treat. 2 cheeses and apples with fig chutney. The main was corn pancakes with balsamic and maple syrup with root vegetables and pear. It was delicious. We decided to go to Billings Farm which was great as we got to hear the history of Marsh/Billings and Rockefeller. These 3 men pioneered ...

Day 2 - Woodstock

A travel blog entry by evie033

Breakfast time and was blown away by breakfast. Firstly, organic hand made yoghurt with a pumpkin purée in the centre with pecans and a bit of granola but the best part was the little drops of cider reduction, a bit like vino cotto, but apples. I am so going to try to make this back home. It was amazing. Secondly, baked oatmeal from 12 grains, organic of course, topped with his own ...

Day 1 - Woodstock, Vermont

A travel blog entry by evie033

... Rules - no drinking in the rooms but we could buy a drink at the bar downstairs or drink water, coffee etc. for free. Got the bags up and went out for dinner at the Woodstock Inn and Resort's Tavern. It looked expensive but was quite okay. I had the crab cakes burger and Rod had fish and chips. Only 1 glass of wine each as it was expensive wine. Cost $67.00 for dinner. Drove back which wasn't far. Dinner at the woodstock inn and ...

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