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Archive for ‘May 2010’

New Place to Play in Stowe

The Trapp Family Lodge has opened up some of its bike trails to the general public. The Trapp Family Lodge has opened up some of its bike trails to the general public. The trails were previously only open to lodge guests. The plan is to team with the Vermont Mountain Bike Association and Stowe Mountain

Celebrating Vermont Micro-brews

“one of the best beers going in the state!”  Brewery at the Trapp Family Lodge…. "one of the best beers going in the state!" Listen here on VPR! Vermont Public Radio (VPR)

Ski holidays in Stowe

Stowe is one of New England’s oldest and most exclusive resorts. Stowe is one of New England’s oldest and most exclusive resorts. This historic town was established over 200 years ago and was one of the first ski resorts in America. There is as much to attract non-skiers as skiers to Stowe and, as a

Trapp Family Lodge Launches Brewery

“Raindrops on roses and fresh, malty cold ones….” "Raindrops on roses and fresh, malty cold ones…." OK, so beer may not have been among Maria von Trapp’s favorite distractions–at least according to Sound of Music lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II. But in my head, I could hear Julie Andrews crooning, "I simply remember my favorite things,

von Trapp on Tap

High above Stowe, the mountains aren’t just a scenic view, but a key ingredient in one of Vermont’s newest breweries. High above Stowe, the mountains aren’t just a scenic view, but a key ingredient in one of Vermont’s newest breweries. "We’re on spring water," beams brewmaster Allen Van Anda. "It’s amazing!" The low-mineral water at the

Reaching age 69 is not a time for sissies!

What’s that sound I hear? Well, I do believe it’s the Sound of Music. Pardon me just a moment. What’s that sound I hear? Well, I do believe it’s the Sound of Music. My wife, Viola, has a beautiful voice, and before Parkinson’s came to call I could hear her singing and playing a CD