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  • Climbing the CruxBy Michelle Fleury
  • Away From It AllBy Adam St. Pierre
  • Autumn KayakingBy Claire Durham
  • Blue Collar BistroBy Adam St. Pierre
  • From Wagon to Orchard: The History of Rulfs OrchardBy Teah Dowling
  • Busking in BurlingtonBy Stanley Blow III
Climbing the Crux1 Away From It All2 Autumn Kayaking3 Blue Collar Bistro4 From Wagon to Orchard: The History of Rulfs Orchard5 Busking in Burlington6
Spotlight Stories

Burlington, Vermont is a place that provides everyone with a wide variety of activities and events on a daily basis. The Burlington Bike Trail, located in South Burlington off of Queen City Park Road, is a 7.5-mile recreational route that will get you off your couch and into some exercise. It runs from the southern end of Burlington at Oakledge Park to the northern end of the Winooski River, where it connects to the Colchester Bike Path.

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Woodsmen of the 19th century beat the sun to rising in upstate New York. They lugged from lumber-camp bunks to hearty breakfasts of pancakes, bacon and eggs — imperative fuel for grueling work in the lush boreal and deciduous forest spanning 6.1 million acres of the Adirondack Park.

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Eclectic music vibrates through the air over the sizzling fried apple fritters and vendors selling homemade trinkets.

Surrounded on the outskirts by acres upon acres of apple trees just ripe for the picking, locals and visitors are led down streets, bustling with garage sales, and past the Public Library with its book sale.

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