Thursday, November 23, 2017
 

A Vermont Christmas Tree Farm


Christmas Tree Farm in Vermont, Fall 2017

I wanted to write a post sharing with you a little tour of Vermont. I hope to do this soon since I have a several pictures to share from my journeys this past summer.  I think I will do it in parts since it will be easier for me. I will do it over time, perhaps throughout the coming winter.

Here is the first brief tour - A Christmas Tree Farm:

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The photograph above was taken early one morning, as I was on my way into the city to visit one of my grown daughters (who lives 2 hours away).   Each time I drive to see her, I go right by this Christmas Tree Farm.  It is so pretty!

Here you can see their Gift Shop building hidden behind some of the Christmas trees:

 
 
 

This last picture includes the company sign by the road:



I have never been to the gift shop, but perhaps I will stop if I happen to be driving by to see my daughter in December. I would love to see what their store looks like inside!



The next tour I will share:

A brief visit to The Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont.


Blessings
Mrs.White


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