Russell Young Farm Bed and Breakfast

61 Russell Young Road, Bristol, Vermont, 05443, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 61 Russell Young Road, Bristol, is near Mad River, Inn at Baldwin Creek Cooking Classes, and Vale of Avoca.
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    Travel Blogs from Bristol

    Vermont Ski Museum

    A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... The 10th Mountain Ski Division was an American army unit in World War Two that specialized in combat in mountainous terrain and conditions, the only Division of its kind. During the Soviet Union invasion of Finland in 1939, two armored divisions were destroyed by Finnish soldiers on skis. Charles Minot Dole, president of the National Ski Patrol, who realized the potential of this idea, helped form the 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion in 1941, which later became the core of the ...

    Hike & cow stampede.

    A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... we passed the others, we detoured through a cow pasture, and had to go under an electric fence.
    Meanwhile, the other group (Dad, John, Gregory, and Michael) had some trouble finding the entrance to the path, but once they found it, he met us, we had lunch, and we continued on our ways. They apparently had no problems after they met us, obviously due to our superior trailblazing ...

    Montreal to Port Kent

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 02, 2014

    ... an eternity. We arrived around 7.30 and grabbed some dinner.

    We left the restaurant around 8.30 pm and at this stage we had no hotel booked for the night, no phone coverage, no detailed map to get us out of the maze that is the Adirondacks, it was dark and rain was pelting. For some reason our hangovers kicked in again.

    We managed to get out of the area, find a major road ...

    Hancock, VT (40 miles)

    A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Aug 27, 2014

    46 photos

    ... but truly breath taking. I wish I was here one month later to see the leaves change, but it's pretty while it's green too. I felt a burden lift as I got further from the ferry. I went over a mountain called Bread Loaf today. Fitting with its name, the beginning was super steep, the middle had gentle rolling hills following a river, and the end was a nice 12% grade down. If I could imagine riding the length of a loaf of bread, that was today. It was ...

    Update from Vermont

    A travel blog entry by miaandpappy4 on Aug 19, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... as well as their other ingredients. Love how they treat their employees with respect and provide financial reward for their dedication and hard work. Impressive how they support the community. Next we felt we needed to stop by an apple cider mill famous for it's "legendary" apple donuts. We agreed. The trip over the Green Mountains of Vermont has been breathtaking. Reminds us of of beautiful mountains waiting for ...