Monthly Archives: January 2012

TGM and Farm-Way

As you may recall Tara Geraghty-Moats (TGM) was selected to represent the US at the Youth World Biathlon Championships in Finland during February. She’s been working hard to find ways to cover the costs, including a sponsorship from a source … Continue reading

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Mansfield Nordic’s Tour

Mansfield Nordic Master’s team joined us this past Saturday to take advantage of the new free weekend shuttle and ski from Highland Lodge back to the Center. Murray Banks shared this pictorial with us. You can always find more about … Continue reading

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Recipe of the month: Beet Burgers

This month’s recipe from the kitchen is a great one for those of you who are CSA members and are struggling with what to do with all the root vege. These are delicious, even for carnivores! Makes 6-8 burgers 1c … Continue reading

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Mo the grouse grooms the range

No, that’s not the latest children’s book on the market, just the latest chapter in the life of the grouse that has adopted Elinor’s house, the GRP and Craftsbury. Today, she kept following and running along side DJ Peters as … Continue reading

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Snowmaking Media Day

Update (6 Jan 2012):  go here to watch the footage. Funnily enough, but just a day or two after the submersion of 40% of the Schulz family, the local TV crew has shown up to do a story about Craftsbury’s … Continue reading

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Wintertime Swim

We’ve been enjoying the new snowmaking system and its fruits (currently 3k of great skiing), but it hasn’t been without incident. When those incidents occur down on the waterfront, they are extra noteworthy. Like yesterday, when the intake pipe slipped … Continue reading

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Loon Rescue!

In addition to his work as grooming chief, Craftsbury’s Eric Hanson is also the state of Vermont loon biologist. While not commonly assumed to be a high drama job, it has its moments – like this episode from last week, … Continue reading

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