Round Hearth Lodge at Stowe

39 Edson Hill Rd., Stowe, Vermont, 05672-4171, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stowe

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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... 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 ...

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

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... pass was tight, but we had a couple more inches of wiggle room. We spent the last two days at Lake Dunmore which is located near the historical, quaint village of Middlebury. It was so charming and picturesque- just the way I had imagined Vermont to be. The village at one time was famous for it's harvesting of natural marble. The marble that the Washington Monument is made of is from Middlebury. This town and ...

Time for a little pampering...

A travel blog entry by sunny17 on Apr 02, 2014

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... and Old Navy. Just driving through the mountains is a treat- it's so picturesque especially at sunset. On the way back we stopped in the village to pick up some pre- ordered lobsters and PEI mussels at Shaw's grocery store. The store steamed them and we enjoyed them back at the condo without all the fuss of cooking ...