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Conditions force inferno changes

The Conway Daily Sun
April 23, 2013 MOUNT WASHINGTON — It was a day when “Plan B” was par for the course for Saturday's Friends of Tuckerman's annual Tuckerman Inferno Pentathlon and Wildcat Wildfire Pentathlon. Due to near-flood-stage waters on the rain-swollen Saco River, the kayaking portion of the five-part races was held on Attitash's Thorne Pond instead of on the river.

Personal link for 'Sound' cast

boston.com
April 20, 2013 The man has seen “The Sound of Music” numerous times and around the world. He will see it again May 5, staged by the Concord Players.

8 New England Family Getaways

Go Local Prov
April 20, 2013 You survived April school vacation week (barely), and already you’re having panicked visions of what it will be like to be home with the kids all summer? Don’t worry! I’ve pulled together eight great suggestions for family-friendly New England getaways – some of which you could go ahead and do in May/June if you need a break right now, and some of which would require advance planning for the summer. Either way, just thinking about a vacation should help soothe your frazzled nerves.

Destination Babymoon: Our Top 10 Pregnancy Escapes

Fit Pregancy
April 16, 2013 6. Topnotch Resort and Spa—Stowe, Vermont

Chinese Investors Get Picky Over U.S. Visa-for-Cash Deal

Wall Street Journal
March 19, 2013 Under EB-5, an immigration program that pairs foreign investment with U.S. visas, descendants of Maria and Captain Von Trapp are trying to raise money to renovate the Trapp Family Lodge in Vermont.

Sugar on snow - a rite of spring served with a pickle

Burlington Free Press
March 15, 2013 There wasn’t much snow on the fields around Palmer’s Sugar House last Saturday for the season’s inaugural sugar on snow fest. What frozen crust there was had a besotted, mud-season look, discolored by soot and fine particulates. This was not snow you even wanted to think about licking, much less drizzle hot syrup on.

Ideal conditions for backcountry race

Stowe Reporter
March 14, 2013 Blue skies, warm temps and fast but edgeable snow made for a perfect day on Section 22 of the Catamount Trail, host site for the Catamount Trail Association’s fifth annual Backcountry Challenge on Sunday, March 10.

Latest "Orbitz Originals" Online Video Series Highlights Vermont Destinations

Virtual-Strategy Magazine
March 12, 2013 Leading online travel company Orbitz Worldwide (NYSE: OWW) and the Vermont Department of Tourism today launched a five-part online video series, "Orbitz Originals: Winter in Vermont," hosted by award-winning travel expert Richard Bangs and available exclusively at Orbitz.com/Vermont. Building on the success of previous "Orbitz Originals" installments that highlighted destinations as diverse as Ireland, New York and the Cayman Islands, this new series harnesses the power of online video to showcase Vermont's winter attractions and will be followed by "Orbitz Originals: Summer in Vermont" later this year.

The Hills are Alive with the sound of Dripping Sap

Active Travels
March 12, 2013 Maria von Trapp, the woman who inspired The Sound of Music, is no longer with us, but Trapp Family Lodge continues to flourish thanks to one of the finest cross-country networks in the northeast, comfy lodging perched on a hillside in Stowe, Vermont, the launch of their microbrewery, and a restaurant that serves a tasty wiener schnitzel.

A Vermont maple syrup trail: Get out of town and into the sugarbush

Examiner.com
March 7, 2013 The day temperatures reach into the 40’s, night temps stay below freezing, sunlight lingers a bit longer, and birds flit from maple tree to maple tree in the sugarbush. It’s maple sugarin’ time in Vermont!
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