You cannot have enough sunflowers. I believe I find them almost as seductive as Vincent van Gogh did.
For the hot, humid summer, the best kind of tale is one that cools you off by sending shivers up your spine.
On August 16 in the year 1777 General John Stark and his troops successfully defeated parts of the invading British army.
I remember leaving the house during the summer and going out in to what we called “the woods,” and just wandering or playing some sort of made up game with my friends and, then, sitting under a tree with a book and reading.
It takes 364 days to put together, it is about 1,500 feet long, and this summer, it is 66 years old. What is it? It’s the Fourth of July Parade down Main Street in Wardsboro, Vermont.
The cat that did not die … maybe
Even the longest days are not long enough!
Bennington artist Rita Dee uses driftwood to create powerful, larger-than-life sculptures of horses.
What could be finer than a pail of fresh-picked blueberries? John Ringwood shows off his pickings.
The early rounds of the main draw are like a six- or eight-ring circus.