Vermont Fall Foliage II

Another rainy day in Vermont, and the rivers were swelled and running high. One photographic benefit from this wet weather is the fall colors become highly saturated.

Here are a few shots from around the towns of Cabot and Danville:

Will Tecosky, Co-Owner of Rainbow Sweets in Marshfield Village, VT

I passed through Marshfield, VT where I stopped for lunch at the Rainbow Sweets bakery & cafe, where co-owner Will Tecosky, with his showman’s style, served up B’stilla. This is a Morrocan-style chicken pie made with phyllo dough and minced chicken with cinnamon; and for desert, chocolate Cassata cake. Rainbow Sweets has been around 34 years and definitely worth stopping in for lunch or dinner.

After lunch I drove out to Peacham, a town founded in 1776. It’s said to be one of the most photographed towns in Vermont. You can see why here:

Peacham, VT

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