I was born and raised in the Midwest, but my husband is a Vermont native whose roots go back to the Mayflower. We share five hilltop acres in Vermont with a flock of wild turkeys, a dog, and three cats. Sugaring (making maple syrup), extensive gardens, and the year-round work associated with heating with wood keep us busy.
Vermont is a wonderful place to live. It’s full of interesting small towns, fascinating people, and lots of history. Among the many joys it holds are the old diners that populate several towns from one end of the state to the other. We’ll take you to some, and also to other places of interest.
We encourage you to visit, and when you do, be sure to check out some of our favorite diners!