Cie McCullough Buschle

Say Cheese! in Cabot, Vermont

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Drive through anywhere in Vermont and you will notice two things: there are lots of mountains and there are lots of cows. With such beautiful surroundings, it’s no wonder those cows make some of the World’s Best Cheese. Back in 1919 a group of ninety-four […]

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LARAC Weekend in Glens Falls

by Cie McCullough Buschle

This weekend the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council, or LARAC,  held their 41st Annual June Art Festival.  Here are some photo highlights from some of the vendors that came this year. Sculptor Matt Horner uses stones he finds in the rivers and mountains of the Adirondacks. […]

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Explore the Shirt Factory in Glens Falls NY

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Ever wonder what happens when factories stop being factories? Drive up to Glens Falls this weekend and find out! Back in 1902 the McMullen-Leavens Company constructed a building on the side streets of Glens Falls for the purposes of making shirts. This factory, later part […]

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Strolling Down Church Street Marketplace: Burlington, Vermont

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Stuck in a too small hotel room with two kids and two dogs? Not a problem in Burlington, Vermont! Part shopping mall, part street festival, Church Street Marketplace  is one of the best reasons to visit Burlington Vermont. Four blocks of Church Street, right in […]

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Quintessential Vermont: Burger Night at Bread and Butter Farm

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Heading up near Burlington? Make sure to take a side trip for a Friday or Monday Burger Night at Bread and Butter Farms in Shelburne! The owners of Bread and Butter Farm hold fast to the idea that healthy grows from the soil up. The grass […]

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Finding Fun Among the Ruins: Fort Crown Point, NY

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Hills of grass rippling with the breeze surrounding a centuries old stone stronghold guarding an international waterway. England? Scotland? Wales? No. Not Ireland, not France, not Spain. Fort Crown Point in New York. Fort Crown Point, 14 miles north of Ticonderoga, has been a militarily […]

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Surprising History: Lake Champlain Bridge

by Cie McCullough Buschle

History is a funny thing. Start anywhere, anytime, and start researching. Sooner or later facts and people start popping up that you might have thought had nothing to do with the original subject, but yet there they are. And that’s when History really comes alive. […]

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Travels with my Dogs: Catering to Canines

by Cie McCullough Buschle

We all love our dogs. They are the friendly companions who put up with our every mood; the true blue friends who don’t desert us in our darkest hour; the warmth at the bottom of the bed that keeps our toes warm. So why do […]

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Fun and Learning at Boston’s Museum of Science

by Cie McCullough Buschle

On our recent trip out to Boston we made time for a stop at the Museum of Science. Originally established as the Boston Society of Natural History in 1830, the modern MoS has over 500 interactive exhibits and over 100 animals. It started as a […]

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International Parks: Sagarmāthā, Nepal

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Sagarmāthā, the modern Nepali name for Mount Everest, is a Sanskrit word meaning “Head of the Sky”. Sagarmāthā National Park covers 443 square miles, over two-thirds of which are barren land.  The terrain has been made rugged and steep from the rivers and glaciers that […]

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