These people always give me flashbacks to "Wayne's World" ... I'm not worthy; I'm not worthy ... Have you got an announcement about a business, nonprofit or organization that is reopening after Irene? Send them along to me or to the Vermont Today blog and we’ll get the word out. Support Vermont and attend the… Continue reading Woodworking Festival is ON
Jonathan Corcoran and the good folks up in Shoreham want to get the word out that the Tour de Farms is ON for this Sunday. Combining a spectacular bike ride with even more spectacular food, it's a chance to celebrate Vermont. Have you got an announcement about a business, nonprofit or organization that is reopening… Continue reading Tour de Farms is ON
Ludlow, one of the mountain towns hardest hit by Irene, is going ahead with its 250th celebration this weekend. The roads in are open, although you may wish to allow a little extra driving time as they are rough in a few spots. Have you got an announcement about a business, nonprofit or organization that… Continue reading Ludlow celebration is ON
I've mentioned this before, elsewhere, but trying to feed kids on the road is a huge challenge. When encouraging the 7-year-old to eat the lettuce and tomato on his burger counts as "getting his veggies" on Day 10 of an epic road trip, you know you have a problem. The winner for best kids' meal?… Continue reading Feeding the kiddies
After a whirlwind 10 days to Toronto and Niagara Falls, we're back in Vermont. A few notes from the road ... the Creative Economy branding committee is really onto something with its Facebook initiative. And we need communitywide Wifi now. We pretty much lived on my iPhone for the entire trip. It's so much quicker… Continue reading Back from T.O.