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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

A Close Encounter with a Bear

By:  Marie Vaine As I rounded a raspberry-patch-covered corner, I slammed on my brakes as I saw the berry-eating black bear sitting ten feet in front of me in the middle of the trail. It took all 5’2’’ of me to speak sternly to the bear that was at least twice my size as my

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

Best Breakfast in the Kingdom – Travel Guide Vol. 1

By: Caitlin Daulong Our first travel guide seeks to answer a question that we get all the time. Where is the best spot for breakfast? Below we have outlined several of our favorite options for a variety of tastes and preferences. The whole shebang Juniper’s at the Wildflower Inn 2059 Darling Hill Road, Lyndonville, VT

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

Italy Calls!

By: Karen Wilson Traveling to Italy isn’t just a line item on my bucket list to check off- it’s a calling from deep within. Most travelers inevitably seem to be tantalized to discover her beauty and way of life. This dream is soon to become true as my husband and I follow the calling and celebrate 25

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

The Silver Linings of April

By: Karen Wilson It’s an ugly picture outside my window regardless of the great view. The steady rain and intermittent cries of wind make even an outdoor enthusiast want to stay in. The garden in the back yard still has measurable snow in mid April in contrast to the front where I can see large areas of

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

Last Call for Chaga!

By: Karen Wilson As I slipped in and out of the mud ruts driving down Brook road this morning, I saw two guys shoveling snow off a gathering tank for sap. This scene didn’t trigger fond thoughts of french toast drenched with maple syrup as one would expect. Instead it signaled my inner mycophile (a

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

3 ways to better prepare for your next gravel (dirt road) ride:

By: Collin Daulong Recently road biking has seen fewer and fewer riders participating, and for valid reasons. Roads are getting more congested and drivers are becoming increasingly distracted by the accessibility of technology. In light of these two facts, many road riders are seeking quieter roads for a safer, more enjoyable ride. Gravel (riding on

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