Posts Tagged ‘vermont’

Wilderness, River and Mountain! Spring in Vermont is a time of gratitude after a long hard winter. It is also a time of excitement and newfound vitality after months and months of subzero temps, deep white snows and many days of gray skies. The earth begins to warm and wildflowers, almost forgotten from the prior […]

(Not Currently Scheduled) Vast sky, cerulean blue spanning space between ancient mountains; warm air, light of sun glistening off water, deep and cool. Gulls and loons, cormorants and osprey glide the air and water alike as we slip through the “Lake in between”. Lake Champlain, considered the “Most Historic Lake” in all the United States, […]

Happy March! Just the other day I was out by Lake Champlain here in north Vermont and found myself exploring the cliffs and countless ice features so meticulously sculpted by snow, wind and water. To me ice has always been something fascinating, truly alive and filled with the heart of winter itself. Winter after winter […]

Tuesday December the 9th the storm rolled into Vermont and started out as rain and wind. As the day progressed the above freezing temperatures dropped, turning rain to ice. The ice built and built before the air cooled enough for snow to form. Overall the air never got cold enough to change the heavy wet […]

Greeting from the Green Mountains of Vermont! On this dark and very rainy night we expect snow by morning and throughout tomorrow. Maybe up to 7 or 8 inches 🙂 Some of you may have joined us on one of our Lake Champlain adventures in past years, include this past spring. Cruising out across the […]