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  • Chocolate Mint Cookies

    June 16th, 2013 by srsm

    Stirring it up: Who doesn’t like chocolate? And what about chocolate and mint? A yummy combination to be sure. These absolutely delicious chocolate cookies have just a hint of peppermint and pack a mouthful of chocolaty goodness. Makes 36 cookies Oven 350F Bake 5 – 6 minutes Ingredients: 1 c. white sugar 6 T. canola … read full article

    Fantastic Pancakes

    February 12th, 2013 by srsm

    Stirring it up: Pancakes…just the name conjures up the sights and smells of a marvelous breakfast. These Ricotta Pancakes are easy to make and will provide you with great taste, fluffy pancakes and enough energy to tackle a day on the slopes. Ingredients: 1 1/2 c. all-purpose flour 1 t. baking powder 1/4 t. baking … read full article

    RoadID – Wear it!

    November 14th, 2012 by srsm

    RoadID. Pro cyclists wear it. Marathon runners wear it. Ironman competitors wear it. And, not that I fall into any of these categories, I wear one too. Whether you are an athlete or not, this comfortable little wrist band is a great way to have ID on you at all times. For years we have watched … read full article

    The Red Chair visits West Hill House B&B

    November 2nd, 2012 by srsm

    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 … read full article

    A Traveling Chair?

    October 24th, 2012 by srsm

    Yes, a Red Chair is traveling throughout New England and having a great time visiting B&Bs, historic sites, museums, gardens and beaches.   Keep your eyes open, it may be coming to a B&B near you!

    Excuse me….

    September 4th, 2012 by srsm

        On the go from one place to another at the B&B, I always take a quick look around to see that everything is as it should be.  But today I seem to have an supervisor relaxing in an unusual spot! “Excuse me, but what exactly do you think you are doing up there?” … read full article

    Stetson Hollow Trail and Falls

    August 5th, 2012 by srsm

    Today on our Sap-bucket list we highlight the Stetson Hollow Trail and Falls. A perfect activity for a hot summer day in the Mad River Valley, the tree shaded Stetson Hollow trail follows along the Stetson Brook and is an easy 1.2 mile hike.  Take your camera – there is some gorgeous scenery on this … read full article

    Happy 4th of July!

    July 4th, 2012 by srsm

    Happy 4th everyone! The Sugarbush area 4th of July celebrations got off to a great start on June 30 with the 3rd annual Stars and Stripes Air Show featuring vintage plane and glider aerial acrobatics. This morning the focus is on the 64th annual Warren 4th of July parade with its collection of quirky floats … read full article

    Mad Marathon: The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon

    June 21st, 2012 by srsm

    Our Sap-bucket list has just the thing for you runners, the Mad Marathon! Billed as the World’s Most Beautiful Marathon, July 8, 2012  is the date for the 2nd annual run and it’s not too late to register to take part in either the full or half marathon. Walkers are also welcome. Joining runners from around … read full article

    A 4th of July to Remember

    June 16th, 2012 by srsm

    Our Sap-bucket list is overflowing with activities for one super week of 4th of July celebrations for all tastes and interests! The 3rd annual Stars and Stripes Air Show on June 30 will bring excitement to the Sugarbush Airport in Warren with vintage planes, stunt flying by both planes and gliders, glider rides, classic motorcycles, food and fun … read full article

    Farmer’s Market

    June 15th, 2012 by srsm

    A must on our Sap-bucket list is our local Farmers’ Market which is held every Saturday morning from now until October 20th–rain or shine–on the Mad River Green in Waitsfield. Local farmers bring a vast array of items including seedling plants, freshly harvested vegetables and fruits, cheeses, local meats, maple syrup, honey, eggs, jams and fresh … read full article

    Sap-bucket list

    June 10th, 2012 by srsm

    What’s on your bucket list? There are so many wonderful places to visit and things to do in Vermont that we have created none other than our own Vermont Sap-Bucket list! In the 6 years we have been in Vermont we have taken the opportunity explore this wonderful Green Mountain state. We’re excited when our … read full article