Marlboro Vermont

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Cotton snow falling steadily this morning, the light inside suffused with a soft white. A good day to be off the road, close to a warm cozy fire.

Earlier in the week, a quick detour through Marlboro for the 251 Project. A high elevation town, with a college in the woods, and a town center carved out of the forest. Home to farmers, musicians, crafters, artists, academics, students, generations of families, second home owners, and the pristine all-season South Pond. At the crest of the east/west Route 9 corridor sits Hogback mountain, a natural history museum, a scenic outlook with striking views to the south and east – and a chance to catch a birds-eye view of town.

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