‘Viva Vermont’

What Spring Brings

By Marsha Hudnall on 03/22/2012

I can’t let this week go by without commenting on the absolutely gorgeous weather we’re having in Vermont.  Temperatures ranging in the high 60s, low 70s, sunny, clear skies, the snow is melting, the streams are running.  It’s just beautiful. Spring has truly brought with it all that it’s famous for — warm weather, feeling alive, wanting to clear out […] Read more »

Our trees aren't quite here yet but if this weather keeps up, they will be soon!

Fitness Tip Friday: Exercising in Cold Weather

By Marsha Hudnall on 10/21/2011

In the past week, fall has brought a  chill to the air here in Vermont. While there isn’t any snow (yet), the leaves are falling fast.  It’s still beautiful outside, though, as it is throughout the year. Indeed, at Green Mountain, cold weather does not keep us from exercising outdoors — in fact, we think there is nothing better than […] Read more »

Pumpkin Season

By Robyn Priebe on 10/12/2011

Although the start of Fall means Winter is soon approaching, I have to admit it’s an amazing time of year.  The leaves changing color is almost magical, the crisp cool air is perfect for outdoor activities, and having fresh pumpkin available is one of my favorite things.  Last year, almost on the same date, I blogged my recipe for a […] Read more »

Pumpkins

We’re Doing Great After Irene

By Marsha Hudnall on 09/02/2011

We’ve had so many calls and messages this week from alums and future participants alike, worried about how we’re doing after the damage of Hurricane Irene.  We’re happy to report that Green Mountain came through the storm pretty much unscathed.  The road at the bottom of our hill was washed out, but it was repaired by Monday afternoon, courtesy of […] Read more »

Healthy Cooking Thursday: Fun with Fiddleheads

By Chef Lisa on 05/13/2010

It’s that time of year again, the small window in which Vermont’s forests are flooded with the curling fronds of ferns known as fiddleheads.  A beauty to behold in the woods, these ferns are also pretty darn tasty.  Usually found bordering lakes, streams, and bogs, fiddleheads can also be found in markets for about a week or so in the areas […] Read more »

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