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May 2010

May 26, 2010

Charlie's Boat House [177]

5/21/10: The Auer Family Boat House, also known as Charlie's, is a summer fixture in Burlington that dates back to the '20's. Located off the Burlington Bike Path where the Winooski River feeds into Lake Champlain, Charlie and his sister Christine have been entertaining bikers, boaters and locals with lake views, snacks and a slice of history.

An experience like no other, once you've visited Charlie's, you're sure to go back.

Location: Burlington, VT (off bike path, at Winooski Bridge)

May 19, 2010

Captain Morrill's Company at the Ethan Allen Homestead [176]

5/15/10: To celebrate the opening weekend of the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum, visitors took a trip back in time to the 1700s. Captain Morrill's Company of New Hampshire gave guests a taste of everyday life at a military camp during the American Revolution.

May 05, 2010

Vivian Acres [175]

5/1/10: Tom and Georgi Dockery began Vivian Acres one year ago as a tribute to their daughter Vivian who lost her battle with cancer two years ago, at the age of 16.

Vivian loved animals and spent many hours with her dad imagining their goat farm. The angora goats are named after rock stars that Vivian loved such as the members of Green Day, Billie Joe, Mike and Tre. Gwen Stefani the Goat will be having babies any day now.

Tom and Georgi plan to add bees, worms and chickens to their menagerie and will be selling their yarn at the Colchester Farmers' Market this summer.

Music: Gregory Douglass, Battler, "Broken Through"

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