The halfway point

As I have reached the midpoint of my journey, I’m happy to report that I am slightly ahead of the game with 130 towns behind me, though one or two need to be revisited since for one reason or another I was unable to do photographic justice during my first attempt.

Chasing the snow

On March 28, I ventured out with the sole purpose of photographing towns that still had significant snowfall. Chasing the snow of course, leads me off my course and into some interesting driving conditions.

You can't get there

At least in the winter if you’re traveling by car that is. My gazatteer shows that Lewis Pond Road leads from 105 into Lewis. But as I passed the point where the road should be, there was no road.

The Northeast Corner

Last weekend I planned my first overnight trip to the Northeast Kingdom. My goal was to reach the northeastern most corner of the state and to visit the outermost towns. It was an added bonus to find a marker confirming my destination.

The northern border

Since starting this journey I’ve been thinking through my strategy for reaching the most distant points of the state; the southern border which I crossed many times when I lived in Connecticut and travelled to Sugarbush almost every weekend in the winter, and the Canadian border which last week I finally reached.