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Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Farm Stands




We stopped by this farm selling their homemade cheese on Route 7 Vermont and I'll admit it was this cool old truck with the sign on it that made us stop and go back.

In the front of the farm shop, there was another old truck with pumpkins on the back and a good sign.


Back along Cloudland Road this bright red barn was part of Elm Grove Farm and they had a neat little old wagon with produce for sale including famous Vermont Maple Syrup.  We brought some home for our pancakes!






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25 comments:

  1. Hello, love the vintage truck and the farm stands. We see some of these farm stands along our back roads here too. The syrup sounds yummy. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

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  2. I wonder how many old trucks are sitting rusting away in fields throughout the country!? : )
    Great pictures.

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  3. Lovely country sites. I like to travel on country roads to find these little farm shops. I don't do it as often as I would like.

    I like this post... very much!

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  4. If the cheese is as well-matured as the truck advertising it, then you're in for a treat!

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  5. ...Christine, what great Americana you found. The first truck is aged just like Vermont cheese.

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  6. These scenes all look familiar to me from the time I took a fall drive through Vermont. I brought home some maple syrup too.

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  7. Lovely photography of Vermont ~ love the red barn ~ ^_^

    A ShutterBug Explores ~ aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  8. These are each wonderful in their own way. How cool to use a truck as an advertisement. I love the sign. "Make merry, for today too shall pass." And you sure did! I love this old cart with the blue roof. I am so enjoying your tour!

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  9. Good year for pumpkins here, I have given lots away. I make a beef stew in them that was a recipe from Mexico.

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  10. I bet the cheese would be good! Maple syrup goes well on lots of things!

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  11. Vermont maple syrup is the best. I had a friend who used to make it every year. Love those old farm stands and the trucks.

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  12. What a neat place! I would love to taste their maple syrup.

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  13. That would be a really fun place to stop. I really like that Vermont barn, built into a hill. We lived in a place when I very young where the barn looked like a single store but on the back was another whole walk out area for cattle.

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  14. Lovely old trucks and fine signs. I want to shop at Elm Grove Farms. With honey, maple syrup, and apples what is not to like?

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  15. LOVE both of those trucks. What gems!

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  16. Fantastic shots. So bright and colourful.

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  17. I love these pictures! Have a lovely day.

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  18. Love this! We were in Vermont during the Fall one year ... it was the destination for our first RV trip out of the western states ... loved the Farm Stands and syrup ... and everything about the trip and the state really. Thanks for the great pictures and the memories!!

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  19. Prachtige serie foto's, De eerste met de oude vrachtwagen en de laatste met de oude kar vind ik toppers.
    Groetjes kees.

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  20. I really like the creative way people use to display their wares.

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  21. Nice little display.

    Frankly My Dear

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  22. Route 7 is the best road to travel through in VT and we took it this past fall when we visited Shelburne Valls, VT.

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  23. Those are signs that would make me take my foot off the gas pedal and slow down. :)

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