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Mid-Summer Daydreams - Sugarbush Stoke Exchange

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Sweet sunny days have been the rule lately, and Sugarbush is drying out nicely after the Big Wet. All the rain has made the Green Mountains as lush as they get and covered them in a veritable rainbow of wildflowers.  

Driving Ms. Daisy.
Driving Ms. Daisy.

While it's been hot this week, the river and brooks are still refreshingly cool. There is no better way to end a bike ride, hike, or golf outing than with a dip in the rushing waters. 

Moretown Gorge-ous.
Moretown Gorge-ous. 

This is what Vermont summers are all about; warm breezes, cool streams, beautiful vistas and fun adventures. Time begins to blur and you enter a dreamy state of relaxed invigoration. 

Feeling lifted.
Feeling lifted. Mountain activities are open daily through Labor Day.

Disc-o dance.
Disc-o dance.

Bike camper Dominique staying cool.
Bike camper Dominique staying cool. Check out our fun kid camps!

Into the wild blue yonder.
Into the wild blue yonder.

Coach Walt enjoying the fruits of his labor on Revolution.
Coach Walt enjoying the fruits of his labor on Revolution.

A little refueling.
A little refueling at Hogan's

Summer in the Mad River Valley is too short and too good to waste. Come live the dream!

John Atkinson
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange 

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