sugarhouses and red barns in southern vt

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luke
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sugarhouses and red barns in southern vt

Post: # 2276Post luke
Fri Oct 15, 2004 10:13 am

does any have any suggestions on photogenic sugarhouses or red barns in southern vermont. i was hoping to photograph some this weekend. not sure where to go.


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Re: sugarhouses and red barns in southern vt

Post: # 2277Post pwt54
Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:42 am

I'm not sure how the colors will be in Tunbridge, but there ia a beautiful red round barn on the Whitney Hill Road. The Whitney Hill Road is off the left side of route 110 about 1 mile north of Tunbridge Village. There is also an old white one - room schoolhouse farther up the road. Finish the Whitney Hill Road to the Dickerman Hill Road and turn right to get back to route 110 ( if you want to do the Larkin Bridge you have to turn right at route 110). There are some covered bridges on Howe Lane, Mill Street in Tunbridge Village, the Larkin road,the Bicknell Hill Road, and The Moxley hill Road. The last 2 roads meet at the bridge on the Bicknell Hill Rd., so turn left at that bridge and drive the Moxley Hill Rd. to the next bridge. Nice views.

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Re: sugarhouses and red barns in southern vt

Post: # 2278Post dfpvt
Fri Oct 15, 2004 1:46 pm

There's a nice red barn on the north side of Route 313 in Arlington. Its between 7 and 7a.
There's a marsh in front of it and Mt. Equinox behind. It's still photogenic and there's plenty of color in the background, but mostly brown and russets.


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