Vermont Journal

from the B&B and around Vermont

The Red Chair visits West Hill House B&B

Red Chair warming up and being admired by Snowball at West Hill House B&B
Warming up with Snowball
The Red Chair getting shelter at West Hill House B&B
Dry again!
The Red Chair checks out the Lincoln Gap - the highest road crossing in the State of Vermont
I feel high!
Ski School for the Red Chair at Mad River Glen
Teach me if you can!
The famed Single Chair at Mad River Glen has a date with the Red Chair
I am sure I could ski it – need snow!
The Red Chair visits with the Sugarbush cow
Please don’t sit on me!
Red Chair socializing with skier at Sugarbush
This guy looks a bit stiff
Hay there! The Red Chair enjoys a high perch at Hartshorn's Farm in Waitsfield Vermont
David Hartshorn gave me this perch
Red Chair at the Hartshorn Farm Stand in Waitsfield VT
I can’t help feeling squashed!
The Red Chair visits the Alpacas at Hartshorn's Farm in Waitsfield Vermont
I think they are staring at me!
Red Chair at Warren Vermont covered bridge
The river is not too Mad today!

Hi everyone, I’m the Red Chair that has been traveling throughout New England for the past several months.

I arrived at West Hill House B&B in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and rain was the order of the day. Fortunately my hosts offered rain boots and an umbrella so I stayed pretty dry. Inside I was given a place by the fire to warm up a bit even had a pussy cat come curl up with me for a bit.

Once the weather cleared my first stop was at the top of the Lincoln Gap Road, the highest road pass in Vermont, where I set foot, or should that be feet, on the Long Trail. The air was so fresh I’m felt I could have walked the full 273 miles of the trail but I had places to go and things to see.

With winter just around the corner I wanted to be introduced to the Mad River Glen ski area. I checked out the ski school meeting place then of course had to have my photo taken with the single chair.

From there we went to Sugarbush where I had my photo taken with a local cow before going  to sit beside the year ’round skier. He didn’t say much, we just enjoyed the solitude of the moment.

I visited the Hartshorn Farm and hey, for fresh food, maple syrup from their own trees and hay, head to their farm stand. And speaking of stand – look at me standing atop a huge bale of hay!

With my feet firmly back on the ground I posed with some squash then climbed up on the wall to sit with the boxes of pumpkins for a while.

My legs were getting a bit cramped so I hopped down and headed over to visit with the alpacas, The Finkles,  who didn’t seem to mind my company.  I certainly did not expect to see alpacas in Vermont!

A stop to pose in front of the Warren Covered Bridge that spans the Mad River then back to my temporary home at the West Hill House B&B and ready for a warm cup of hot chocolate and a little cake.

Wow, have I had fun! I can’t wait for my next adventure! Tomorrow I am off across the Green Mountains to visit Middlebury, Vermont – I wonder what adventures await me there.


Scroll to Top

Give The Gift of West Hill House This Holiday Season

Give your loved one an extraordinary gift of a stay at our inn.  We offer gift certificates in many amounts.