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New York: My First White Christmas and Coldest Winter

By HomeRearedChef, published on Dec 17, 2012

...Heck, I didn’t even know if I was breathing!

But it was all so worth it when I saw the snow falling on Christmas morning, and I was instantly in-love with New York. My visit was swiftly turned; it changed to a feeling of almost surreal, it was that beautiful.

We also visited Vermont; Vermont was a colorful canvas, with picturesque roads, trees and homes. I had never experienced such beauty, or such deaf silence in the night. When evening came, and all the lights were out, and everyone had gone to bed, outside was pitch-black and you couldn’t even hear a cricket. What... (more)

Tags: new york, winter, vermont, rockefeller center, white christmas, christmas vacation

A Face That Longed for a Custard Pie

By alan handwerger, published on Jan 22, 2010

The week that we moved to Stowe, Vermont, the featured crime in the “Police Blotter” of the Stowe Reporter had read: “Woman reports that someone entered her pasture and braided the manes and tails of all of her horses.” Ever since that first week, so very many years ago, it has been my dream to headline in the “Blotter”.

It is not difficult to find one’s way into the police blotter. In a town with two roads, fifteen policemen and over thirty bars, a significant percentage of the local population has appeared as recipients of DUIs. But it was not as a drunk that I hoped one day to... (more)

Tags: humor, relationships, cream pie, roald dahl, retaliation, stowe, vermont, stowe reporter

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