佛蒙特州的獨特新鮮事
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佛蒙特州的獨特新鮮事

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Hands-on dairy farm tour
We are Liberty Hill Farm, in Rochester, Vermont! Tours run Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 9 am. Our farm tours are scheduled to coincide with daily chores to allow guests the opportunity to experience daily farm life. Guests will be able to watch the cow milking process and even try their hand at milking! From there, we will explain the journey from cow to milk jug. Guests will learn about the different ages and stages of the dairy cow, from birth through adulthood. We will meet, pet, and even feed baby calves, explore the barns, and meet kitties. Every tour is adjusted to meet the needs and interests of our guests. We encourage our guests to participate hands-on, and encourage questions and ideas! We simply love to share our love of farming and our animals with others! ***All proceeds from our farm tours go directly to our nonprofit organization, Liberty Hill Center for Agricultural Education. *** Other things to note: I only book about a month in advance, so if your preferred date does not appear, check back! Tours will be held rain or shine! I only cancel if temperatures are below zero, so please plan accordingly! It is up to the guest to check weather reports. No refunds will be given for guests canceling the morning of the tours for weather-related issues. We love all animals, but cannot host guests’ pets, for the safety and well-being of our animals!
Play With Clay On The Potters Wheel
Learn from a Master Potter how to "throw" pots on the potters wheel. This one and a half hour class will take you from a ball of clay to forming a cup, bowl or some other creation that only you could do! You will learn the basic techniques needed to center the clay and form a pot. Most guests are able to try 3-4 pieces of clay during the experience. This gives you a good feel for working on the potters wheel. It's fun, it's mesmerizing and something you will remember for a lifetime. Other things to note: The experience is getting to understand working on the potters wheel. Unfortunately, you will not be able to take any pieces s home with you. Making a ceramic pot is a multi-step process and the throwing part is only the first step of four that is spread out over a few weeks. A good attitude, the ability to use both hands and sit on a low stool is required.
Kayak Still Waters of VT/NH
We will Kayak the off the radar still waters of Vermont. On our adventure will be on the lookout for Otters, Loons, Beavers and a whole lot more! We will share some stories, have some laughs and enjoy the quiet sounds of the best of Vermont Other things to note I am flexible with the times and dates. Sometimes we meet closer to kayak sites if that fits easier in your schedule. Just let me know what is best for you.
Barn full of Goats
Guests are welcomed into our beautiful barn where there will be a short explanation about how to safely interact with our goats and then we will head into our goat pen for your "goat therapy" hour! Guests are often surprised at how friendly our goats are! Goats are funny, curious creatures who are very smart and capable of knowing their names and learning daily routines. And since this is a working dairy goat farm every spring there will be a lot of bouncy GOAT BABIES to play with!! While visiting please feel free to ask questions, we love to talk about our goats and share what we have learned through our experience as dairy goat farmers. You are welcome to take photos and share them on social media but please tag our farm, we'd love to see your pictures! We can’t wait for you to join us on the farm and meet our amazing goats! Trust me, you’ll be glad you did! Check out all of our reviews! Other things to note: 1. Non-alcoholic beverages are provided 2. Goats like to taste things, please consider wearing long hair up and no dangling earrings. 3. No pets allowed, service animals are permitted. If you require a service animal please notify the farm prior to your arrival. The service animal will be allowed in the barn but may not be allowed in the pen, goats are very nervous around dogs. 4. Please wear clothing/shoes that can get dirty.
The Healing Nature of Horses
Join the herd with Ellen, an equine assisted life coach, who shares the unique natural traits, instincts and emotional intelligence of horses. We will learn how we can integrate the wisdom of this beautiful animal to live more grounded and balanced in our ever changing environments through the practice of mindful techniques and direct interaction with the horse. Private bookings are available for singles, couples, families and small school groups. Request a day and time that works for you and we will do our best to accommodate you. Other things to note: Please dress for outdoor temperatures. Individual comfort level is respected for level of equine participation.

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Hands-on dairy farm tour
We are Liberty Hill Farm, in Rochester, Vermont! Tours run Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 9 am. Our farm tours are scheduled to coincide with daily chores to allow guests the opportunity to experience daily farm life. Guests will be able to watch the cow milking process and even try their hand at milking! From there, we will explain the journey from cow to milk jug. Guests will learn about the different ages and stages of the dairy cow, from birth through adulthood. We will meet, pet, and even feed baby calves, explore the barns, and meet kitties. Every tour is adjusted to meet the needs and interests of our guests. We encourage our guests to participate hands-on, and encourage questions and ideas! We simply love to share our love of farming and our animals with others! ***All proceeds from our farm tours go directly to our nonprofit organization, Liberty Hill Center for Agricultural Education. *** Other things to note: I only book about a month in advance, so if your preferred date does not appear, check back! Tours will be held rain or shine! I only cancel if temperatures are below zero, so please plan accordingly! It is up to the guest to check weather reports. No refunds will be given for guests canceling the morning of the tours for weather-related issues. We love all animals, but cannot host guests’ pets, for the safety and well-being of our animals!
Pig Belly Rubs on a Scenic Farm in Vermont
At River Ridge Farm we LOVE our pigs! There are three resident pigs we are keeping as pets. Harold, Mama and Wilbur are sweet medium sized pigs whose breeds are known for being very social and friendly. Guests will enjoy watching their keen senses and rooting skills go to work, then we will be free to enter the pen and give back scratches and belly rubs as well as learn about upkeep of the pigs and their fellow farm friends. This event takes up to 30 minutes and is located close to wonderful restaurants or hiking spots for an easy way to “make a day of it!” :) If farm hopping is your goal, there is also a llama farm that offers hiking with llama companions in addition to a horse farm that gives tourism trail rides on their big draft horses. Ask Diana to help with any arrangements or recommendations to fully enjoy this gorgeous part of the Green Mountains!
Goat Snuggle Sessions
To save you some money, please book as a private group, not as an individual! The cost, $75, will cover up to three people. For 4, 5, or 6 people, it costs $150. For 7, 8 , or 9 people, it costs $225. Geared toward visitors and locals alike! Join us for an hour of goat snuggling! We have plenty of Nigerian Dwarf Goat circus hopefuls who want to meet you, jump all over you, and chew on your hair! No better way to start your Sunday, guaranteed. Only available for a limited time!
Kayak Fishing in the Upper Valley
We will be meeting at a boat launch on Lake Morey in Fairlee, VT. We will first make sure you are outfitted with the proper equipment. Our fleet consists of single person kayaks as well as tandem, equipped with fish finders, fishing rods, bait, and tackle. We start with training on water safety, paddling instruction, and kayak fishing technique and etiquette. We will be targeting local fish species, different fish bite at different times of the day, as well as during different weather and light conditions. Target fish include: Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass, Bluegill, Yellow Perch, and Pike. For more details on fish species, click here - https://vtfishandwildlife.com/fish/fishing-opportunities/sportfish-of-vermont As the sun moves to the other side of the sky, we will spend the afternoon fishing the shade opposite of the bank we spent the morning on . There will be plenty of time to take photos and video, if you wish. And we will keep an eye out for the bald eagle flyover that we usually get on this lake. Other things to note Mike is fully certified in Wilderness First Response, as well as Swiftwater Rescue. Most of the Lake has signs of civilization on all sides, we won't be too far from the safety of home most of the day.
Play With Clay On The Potters Wheel
Learn from a Master Potter how to "throw" pots on the potters wheel. This one and a half hour class will take you from a ball of clay to forming a cup, bowl or some other creation that only you could do! You will learn the basic techniques needed to center the clay and form a pot. Most guests are able to try 3-4 pieces of clay during the experience. This gives you a good feel for working on the potters wheel. It's fun, it's mesmerizing and something you will remember for a lifetime. Other things to note: The experience is getting to understand working on the potters wheel. Unfortunately, you will not be able to take any pieces s home with you. Making a ceramic pot is a multi-step process and the throwing part is only the first step of four that is spread out over a few weeks. A good attitude, the ability to use both hands and sit on a low stool is required.
Walk an Alpaca Unique Vermont Interactive Farm Experience
Alpaca interaction and Experience you will hand feed, pet and walk an alpaca on a lead. Learn about Alpacas and how they communicate with each other, how they live in family groups and why this experience is becoming one of the more popular and unusual things to do on your Vermont visit. Fun for all ages, small groups or for sharing a time with that special someone. An hour with an alpaca to wander the farm or walk along the river. Sounds like the perfect date, family time or bring your friends along. Experiences are hourly starting at 11am with the last walk at 4pm in the winter months. Please check our availability on the date you request. You can also message me here for dates and times not listed. Alpaca walk and interaction often sells out especially weekend’s so please plan accordingly. Walks with just your private group are available. This is very cost effective when you have more than 4 people. Everyone who comes to the farm will have an opportunity to walk an Alpaca as part of experience. This may extend your visit time so please plan accordingly. Couples will each have an Alpaca based on availability. Groups, depending on size will receive up to 3 alpacas. Couples will receive at least one Alpaca based on how many others are in the same time slot. I look forward to meeting you and hope you stop by.
The Ultimate Vermont Fishing Experience for Trophy Trout
The Ultimate Vermont Fly Fishing Experience, spend a 4-6 hour day drifting and wading on the Passumpsic River’s Trophy Stretch where we’ll target Vermont’s trophy Brown and Rainbow Trout, some in the 16-20 inch category. A stream side snack and gourmet lunch is included in your experience. As well as as all fishing equipment and safety gear, and of course your guide.
Northeast Kingdom Snowshoe Tour
We will meet, where I will fit you for snowshoes and help you put them on. Then we will explore the woods and shoreline of a beautiful Vermont lake and trail system. Looking and identifying animal tracks, sighting birds and looking for deer and moose. All while traveling quietly through the snow on this time tested form of winter travel. Excellent opportunities for photography all along the trail. Other things to note Just dress warmly and in layers, that helps with movement. Once we get moving it will be plenty warm.
Kayak Still Waters of VT/NH
We will Kayak the off the radar still waters of Vermont. On our adventure will be on the lookout for Otters, Loons, Beavers and a whole lot more! We will share some stories, have some laughs and enjoy the quiet sounds of the best of Vermont Other things to note I am flexible with the times and dates. Sometimes we meet closer to kayak sites if that fits easier in your schedule. Just let me know what is best for you.
Barn full of Goats
Guests are welcomed into our beautiful barn where there will be a short explanation about how to safely interact with our goats and then we will head into our goat pen for your "goat therapy" hour! Guests are often surprised at how friendly our goats are! Goats are funny, curious creatures who are very smart and capable of knowing their names and learning daily routines. And since this is a working dairy goat farm every spring there will be a lot of bouncy GOAT BABIES to play with!! While visiting please feel free to ask questions, we love to talk about our goats and share what we have learned through our experience as dairy goat farmers. You are welcome to take photos and share them on social media but please tag our farm, we'd love to see your pictures! We can’t wait for you to join us on the farm and meet our amazing goats! Trust me, you’ll be glad you did! Check out all of our reviews! Other things to note: 1. Non-alcoholic beverages are provided 2. Goats like to taste things, please consider wearing long hair up and no dangling earrings. 3. No pets allowed, service animals are permitted. If you require a service animal please notify the farm prior to your arrival. The service animal will be allowed in the barn but may not be allowed in the pen, goats are very nervous around dogs. 4. Please wear clothing/shoes that can get dirty.
The Healing Nature of Horses
Join the herd with Ellen, an equine assisted life coach, who shares the unique natural traits, instincts and emotional intelligence of horses. We will learn how we can integrate the wisdom of this beautiful animal to live more grounded and balanced in our ever changing environments through the practice of mindful techniques and direct interaction with the horse. Private bookings are available for singles, couples, families and small school groups. Request a day and time that works for you and we will do our best to accommodate you. Other things to note: Please dress for outdoor temperatures. Individual comfort level is respected for level of equine participation.
Unplug on a Forest Therapy Walk
Give yourself time to slow down, relax, and immerse in the serenity of nature. We will not go fast or far; we aim to slow down and connect with the natural world. This all-level class includes gentle breathing and movement, sensory invitations, and nature meditation. Our time together will close by sharing reflections from the experience while we enjoy herbal tea. Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes for walking outdoors. You may also wish to have sunscreen, hydration, and a backpack-type bag to be hands-free. The experience is ~60-75 minutes hour long. (If you are looking for a specific day/time or are interested in private experiences, please feel free to contact me via forest flow.)
Rewilding Mindful Outdoor Experience
•Reduce Stress •Build Confidence •Improve Focus •Enhance Immunity •Connect •Expand Discover yourself in nature! Slow down during this guided experience outdoors. Engage all your senses and learn to inhabit outdoor spaces rather than move through or upon them. Reconnect with your inner wild and your wild kin and belong! These are gentle hikes lasting approximately 90 minutes that include embodiment, breath work, and thoughtfully guided mindful experiences intended to connect and commune with the more-than-human world. Participants should be dressed for the weather and consider wearing layers to modulate body temperature between times of stillness and times of activity. Depending on the season, be prepared for pests and sun exposure. Bring a filled water bottle!
Make a Handblown Glass Object
Want to try your hand at glassblowing? It is exciting! Make a flower with a curly stem, flower funnel or a straight stemt or an ornament with our help. You'll experience first hand the thrill of working with molten glass and will create a unique work of art from start to finish. I will start with an overview of the glass studio and the glassmaking process and give you an actual demonstration on how to make the item you've selected. You’ll roll the glass in the color(s) of your choice, blow into the pipe, and help shape the piece. After an overnight controlled cooling process, you walk away the next day with your own, one-of-a-kind creation or we can arrange shipping for a small additional cost. Other things to note This experience is open to any one from the age of 8+ If the times available do not match your travel plans let us know to see if we can accommodate you a different day.
Make Traditional Vermont Maple Syrup
Your group (up to 10 persons) will learn the process of making maple syrup. I will guide you through a tasting of the different syrup grades and explain how to grade and bottle maple syrup. We will then try some sugar on snow which you will never forget! Maple sap runs when the days are above 38 degrees and the nights are below freezing. If the sap is not running or we don't have sap in storage, I will boil water (sap is 97% water) for the class. If the dates that we have listed don't work for your time frame, just send me an email and I can see if we can find another time for your true Vermont maple experience. We produce our syrup in an artisan way and you will be able to see this when you sample our maple products. We will have a maximum of 10 people, the sugar house is small, and we are not a giant production house that does thousand of gallons per year. Children under 5 are free. We at most make 60 gallons, most of which I bottle in my handblown glass! Other things to note: Part of the experience will be outside to see how sap flows from the tree into lines hung on maple trees. Inside the sugar house, we'll have the evaporator boiling (sap in season water when not in season). We do not have any toilet facilities- except in the wood! So please plan ahead.
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