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A Look at Vermont’s Southern Side

A taste of the South in Vermont
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Old barns are a familiar sight in Vermont.

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Angling for trout outside Dorset.

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Ellen Stimson, author of Mud Season.

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A sign welcomes guests to SoLo Farm & Table in South Londonderry.

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Wesley and Chloe Genovart of SoLo Farm & Table.

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Lamb shoulder with Moroccan-spiced carrots from SoLo Farm & Table.

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Inside Downtown Grocery.

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Heirloom tomatoes with house-made ricotta at the Downtown Grocery.

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Downtown Grocery’s old-fashioned.

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Abby and Rogan Lechthaler of Downtown Grocery in Ludlow.

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A stop at the Glass Art Gallery.

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Robert DuGrenier in his studio.

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A Yankee spin on SoCo.

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A peaceful scene at Consider Bardwell Farm.

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Stage one of the cheese-making process at Consider Bardwell Farm.

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Consider Bardwell Farm.

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Cheese aging at Consider Bardwell Farm.

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A barnyard breakout.

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One of the goats at Consider Bardwell Farm.

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Vermont’s countryside is dotted with old wooden barns like this one.

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The family-owned Northshire Bookstore.

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Farmhouse Pottery in Woodstock, Vermont.

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Farmhouse Pottery specializes in everything from bowls to bakeware.

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A road less traveled.

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