As mentioned previously, we are hosting our first annual
photography contest this fall. All subscribers to this
are eligible and invited to participate. The rules are
simple and few.
1) All photographs must be taken in the State of Vermont
now and October 20.
2) Photographs must be received by us via email on or before October
3) No more than two photographs are to be submitted by any subscriber.
4) Photographs need to be labeled as to location.
We have assembled a crack team of secret judges whose decision
be announced in the November newsletter (sent near the end of
October). Each of the two winners shall receive a free
stay at the inn. We'll try to create a separate web page
link from the October newsletter to display as many of these
photographs as possible.
Good luck and happy clicking.
addition to our homemade pizza, we have expanded our menu to
include a "Pasta Dinner". Dinner includes,
rolls, tortellini or penne entree (choice of sauces), with our
homemade maple ice cream. If you have a special occasion to
celebrate, we also offer a fondue dinner, complete with salad,
wine, dessert and coffee. Let us know when you book your
reservation that you'd like to add the Fondue Dinner.
& Egg Pizza
OUR GUESTS SAY!
Events September 2005
Happening in MONTREAL?
& Jacquie's Kitchen
& Egg Pizza
pizza crusts make it easy to put together this morning
(8 ounces) frozen brown-and-serve pork sausage
links, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
pizza crusts, 6 inches in diameter
Cheddar cheese (6 ounces)
oven to 400°F. Spray 10-inch nonstick skillet
with cooking spray; heat over medium heat. Cook
sausage in skillet about 3 minutes, stirring
occasionally, until brown; drain. Remove sausage
from skillet; set aside.
eggs into skillet. As mixture begins to set at
bottom and side, gently lift cooked portions with
spatula so that thin, uncooked portion can flow to
bottom. Do not stir. Cook 4 to 5 minutes or until
eggs are thickened throughout but still moist.
pizza crusts on ungreased cookie sheets. Sprinkle
with half of the cheese. Top each with eggs and
sausage. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake 10
to 12 minutes until cheese is melted. Servings:
Gizmo here !
Frequently I have heard guests
asking where I get material for my monthly
ramblings. Believe me. It ain't always easy.
It's embarrassing to ask dad for a story or two so
I usually avoid that (though he can always be
counted upon for a knee slapping story).
Usually I hang around guests and eavesdrop. After
all, like the
homeless, us dogs are invisible and supposedly
don't understand anyhow.
How else to explain a guest wondering "What do the
ski areas do with
the man made snow after the natural snow melts ?"
I tried to tell
them that they simply vacuum it up but choked on my
Or the other guest who asked "How old does a deer
need to be before
it becomes a moose ?" Seriously. I
heard it with my own floppy ears.
Or another guest (this is the end) who wondered
why Vermont doesn't
arrange to have foliage later in October like most other
SShhhhh ! Don't tell anyone. I am one of the
secret judges. So
treat me well.
EVENTS September 2005
09/10/05 - 09/11/05
Fall Recreation Vehicle Show
|09/23/05 - 09/25/05
Street Rod Nationals
First Friday Art Walk: This event opens the doors to
Burlington's downtown visual arts galleries. .
Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts (135 Church
Street), 5-8 pm Tours start at 5:30, 6, 6:30 and 7 pm.
Free. 802-865-7165 Web
BB King with Joe Bonamassa - Concert: BB King is
universally hailed as the reigning king of the blues.
The Green at Shelburne Museum (Route 7), Gates, 5 pm
Show, 6:30 pm. Admission. 802-652-0777 Web
through 9/18/05, Stowe
British Invasion: Largest all British classic and
sports car show in North America. Stowe Community
Events Fields (433 The Mountain Road), 9-4 pm.
Admission. 802-2535320 Web
through 10/2/05, Essex Junction
Vermont Sheep and
Wool Festival: Vermont's premier fiber event featuring
demonstrations, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas and
crafts. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl
Street), Saturday, 10-5 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Admission.
802-446-3325 or 802-878-5545
Suggestions for fall foliage road tours in
the Champlain Lowlands and Northern Green Mountains.
This would be a
great fall foliage day trip. It's very diverse with
mountains, rivers, rolling farmland, islands, beautiful
villages, covered bridges and places to shop and/or have
Your trip starts in
the tiny village of Cambridge. Head north in route 108 to
Enosburg Falls. In Enosburg Falls Route 108 meets route
105. Take 105 west past the junctions of 105 & 236 and
105 & 110 to the junction of 105 & 78. Proceed
onto route 78. This will take you through the village of
Swanton and into the Champlain Islands. Drive down through
the Island on Route 2. This will bring you all the way
through the islands. You will pass through the towns and
villages of: Alburg, Grand Isle and South Hero and
eventually you will be brought back onto the mainland
where you'll continue on route 2A to Essex Junction. The
last leg of your trip will be on route 15 northeast back
to your starting point of Cambridge.
World Film Festival
8/26/2005 - 9/5/2005
The Montréal World Film
Festival is open to all cinema
trends from around the world.
Every year, films from more than
70 countries, including
well-known and first-time
filmmakers alike, are presented.
outdoor films and performances
on Sainte-Catherine Street in
front of Place des Arts.
under the Sun - Landscape in
Provence, from Classicism to
9/22/2005 - 1/8/2006
Exhibit of 200 works by renowned
artists captivated by the light
and landscape of Provence,
including 154 paintings by such
renowned names as Vernet, Loubon,
Monet, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Cézanne
and Braque among others. The
presentation provides a fresh
approach to painting in Provence
between the late 18th and early
20th centuries, by focusing
primarily on landscape and light
as depicted in these artistic
Post-Impressionism, Fauvism and
phone: 802-849-2400 Toll Free- 800-849-7985
OUR GUESTS SAY!
Santa....What I want for Christmas is another trip to
Buck Hollow Farm...we had a blast and are planning to
return next year." Kelly
remember the warm, easy feeling of your generous
hospitality. We loved it all" Sharon
& Al, N.Y.
a wonderful place, we felt like we were home " Jayne,
Joe, Thea & Brianna