Leaf Peeping

Vermont is famous for all four seasons: Winter, Summer (recreational opportunities galore) and Spring and Fall (the golden in-between). If you come to Vermont in March, it’s all about the Sugaring. If you come in October, it’s all about the leaves. And we are not immune…

It’s been a spectacular year for foliage! The few photos we’ve collected hardly do it justice (you can visit our pinterest board Scenic Vermont to be truly wow’d. For today, join us for a stroll around the the neighborhood. Our mountains and meadows, from the south to the north. Let the pictures do the talking…

Fall view from West Arlington looking toward the Green Mountains

Dorset Custom Furniture Dan Mosheim's Autumn InspirationThe October view from Dan Mosheim’s place, Dorset Custom Furniture. Mist rising through the golds and greens in Dorset. More from Dan on his blog.

Afternoon Sun, Solar Powered Furniture

Abby and Evo soak up the afternoon sun at Paul Donio’s. Hawk Ridge Furniture, St. Johnsbury.

Northeast Kingdom Vermont

Looking north from East Burke, coveting the cloud breaks. And Doug Clarner’s home and shop below, on Maple Lane no less. Autumn in the northeast kingdom.

Autumn in the Northeast Kingdom

Vermont mountain stream in fall

Mother Nature’s winding down the color dial, at least at the higher elevations.

Approaching Grout Pond, Stratton Vermont

Heading home over the mountain in evening, it was peaceful and serene. An autumn filled with beauty. American poet William Cullen Bryant called this “…the year’s last, loveliest smile,” one we’re grateful to share with you. Until the next time… your friends at the Guild of Vermont Furniture Makers

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