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Where Would You Go?

I've a weeklong visitor coming and need ideas of where to take an older, low key guy with walking problems. Ideas please!?

Thanks in advance!


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Simon Pierce

I hate to use the petroleum but desperate times call for desperate measures. A drive to almost anywhere in Vermont and back is a great time for those less mobile. For example:

Simon Pierce either in Quechee or Windsor to watch glass blowing. The Quechee location has a restaurant with fabulous Cheddar Soup.

A scenic drive up and over the Greens to Bennington and back would be nice.

Perhaps the American Precision Museum in Windsor, VT. (I haven't been yet and I don't know how problematic is "walking problems". )


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There’s a great driving loop that circles Brattleboro and takes you through some “Real Vermont” country.




Brattleboro History Center - wheelchair entrance in back if needed.

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