Wednesday, October 27, 2021 / by Levi Norton
With Halloween quickly approaching, people all over the country are having fun exploring the spooky side of life. Watching scary movies, dressing our homes and ourselves in ways that depict the paranormal, creepy-crawlies, and the living dead… all to be packed away at the beginning of November and replaced with lighter sentiments of the next holidays to come.
For some, creaking doors that seem to open themselves, cold chills following a passing shadow, and the sounds of children’s toys being played with when no one else is around, aren’t just a part of the movie you can shut your eyes through… but a haunting reality! The idea that many haunted houses exist raises the question, especially when considering the Real Estate market, “Would you live in a haunted house??”
When realtor.com asked this question a couple of years ago, the answers that were uncovered showed that about 1/3 of people would buy a home knowing that it had some “strm ...
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 / by Brian Armstrong
As late September nights deliver brisk air to the green mountains, the trees that line our peaks and valleys begin to transform into their bright and vibrant colors. This beautiful fall scenery is known in New England as fall foliage, and Vermont is one of the best places to view these magnificent landscapes. While fall foliage can be appreciated almost anywhere in the state, we have handpicked some of our favorite drives with great views of this yearly phenomenon!
Smuggler’s Notch Pass
If you have ever traveled on Route 108 or as locals call it “The Notch” connecting Jeffersonville to Stowe, you know what a scenic drive it is through the hills of Mount Mansfield. During the fall season, the views on this trail are stunning, and the forest-laced road with many twists and turns makes for some of the best foliage viewings in the state! As you pass through you will find many pull-offs and hiking trails if you are looking for a more adventurous trip through the ...