South Burlington, Williston, Essex, Colchester, Winooski, Burlington

Today we filled in our Chittenden County donut hole.  We started at Farrell Park in South Burlington and followed bike paths to BTV.  We then bushwhacked around the airport including a pretty sketchy dirt road to make our way over to Williston.  We crossed the Winooski River and climbed up to Essex Junction.  From there, we cycled to Winooski with detours through Fort Ethan Allen and St Michael’s College in Colchester.  From Winooski, we cycled into Burlington and jumped on the bike path out to the Ethan Allen Homestead.  We cut over to the waterfront and followed the bike path to Oak Ledge Park and then doglegged back to our starting point.

With 2 new towns, we now have 242 towns completed and 9 towns to go.


Andy taking flight at Burlington International Airport in South Burlington


Jeff takes a break at the 5 corners in Essex Junction


Andy at Elley Long Music Center at Fort Ethan Allen in Colchester


Jeff at the falls in Winooski


Andy at the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum in Burlington


Richmond, Huntington, Starksboro, Hinesburg, Saint George, Williston

For Labor Day, we followed a loop route through Chittenden County (mostly).  We started in Richmond and climbed up to Huntington.  From Huntington, we passed through a sliver of Starksboro (in Addison County) on our descent to Hinesburg.  We finished off the loop with stops in Saint George and Williston before returning to Richmond.  One of the roads we cycled in Williston was quite the surprise with million-dollar views of Camel’s Hump, Mount Mansfield and many other Green Mountains.  We now have 197 towns with 54 towns to go!


Jeff at the Huntington Public Library at Union Meeting House


Andy at Beaudry’s Store in Huntington



Andy at the World War memorials in Hinesburg


Jeff at the old one-room schoolhouse in Saint George


Andy at the Saint George Town Hall


Andy at the home of someone we know in Williston


Jeff at the Old Brick Church in Williston


Andy at the Williston Honor Roll


Andy at the Cochran Family Olympic monument in Richmond


Jeff at the Old Round Church in Richmond