Autumn Village Scenes in Vermont -- 9 photos

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Photo #1 -- Residence in Stowe
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Photo #2
-- The Arlington Inn (in Arlington)
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Photo #3 -- St. James Cemetery in Arlington
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Photo #4 -- Fall decorations in Stowe
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Photo #5 -- Residential decoration in Woodstock
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Photo #6 -- Bank in Woodstock
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Photo #7 -- Wilmington
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Photo #8 -- Stowe Community Church celebrating its 100th anniversary
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Photo #9 -- Church in Woodstock
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Thanks, Mitch!

Where are the crowds of leaf peepers?
I actually don't know what to expect because I don't live there. In my area the Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park is packed with autos during peak times. We never experienced anything remotely like that in Vermont including the famous Smugglers' Notch. That's probably because the population in Vermont is less than 10% of the population in Virginia.
 
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Our days of sightseeing in Vermont were all during the week except for one Sunday in which we did very little driving and couldn't make helpful observations about what traffic was like. That day we took the K-1 gondola up Killington Mountain and there was no long line. That's despite that, out of concern for safety about COVID, everyone in line was safe distancing, only one family at a time was placed in each gondola and only every other gondola was being used.
 
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Some classic New England images. Classic image of the church in Stowe. Did most of our leaf peepin when I was school in NH. Always very heavy crowds on the Kancamagus Hwy, Use to get homemade cider at roadside stands that was so cold would give you ice cream headaches.
 

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