Mayo Farm corn field by the "quiet path" section of the Stowe Recreational Path

Stowe Vermont September 2011

I had the good fortune to visit Stowe, Vermont the last week of September during the kick off of the Leaf Peeper season.  Stowe is a 200 year old village nestled in a lovely valley bisected by the Little River.  The highest mountain in Vermont, Mount Mansfield and other peaks of the Green Mountains border the village to the west, and the Worcester Range or “Hogback” Mountains rise up to form the eastern border.  Although the area is known mostly for winter downhill and cross country skiing, it’s a great destination any time of the year.  There are numerous art galleries, annual festivals, hiking trails, and amazing restaurants.  Vermont is home to world class chefs who source much of their vegetables, dairy product and meats locally.

The sun setting behind Mt. Mansfield and surrounding peaks
Mayo Farm corn field by the “quiet path” section of the Stowe Recreational Path
Dairy farm on the east side of the valley
Early fall color
A barn on Upper Hollow Rd. protected by a conservation easement by the Stowe Land Trust
Along Upper Hollow Rd
On Main Street in Stowe
Upper Hollow Rd

The next two pictures were taken at one of my favorite places for art and home furnishings,  Stowe Craft and Design.

Stowe Craft and Design
Stowe Craft and Design

Check out the house at the corner of Main and Mountain Road for Halloween spirit:

Ready for Halloween?

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