For weeks, the signs have been there: fleet cars with Colorado plates cruising the Mountain Road, helicopters hovering over Spruce Peak, rumors of Vail Resort’s senior management locked in closed door sessions with the head honchos from Stowe Mountain Resort and AIG.
Today, at 8:00 am Vail Resorts announced it had entered an agreement to acquire Stowe Mountain Resort from Mt. Mansfield Company, Inc. (MMC), a wholly owned subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (AIG), for a purchase price of $50 million, subject to certain adjustments. Stowe Mountain Resort will be Vail Resorts’ first mountain resort on the East Coast and complements the Company’s network of 10 world-class mountain resorts and three urban ski areas. Click on the headline above for the full story.
This article appeared in the Winter 2017 Edition of Vermont Ski and Ride Magazine.
Chairlift Q/A: The Extreme Brothers
Vermont’s ‘Siamese Twins’ of skiing are getting inducted into the U.S. Ski Hall of Fame.
This April, in Stowe, John and Dan Egan will be the first brothers inducted into the U.S. Ski Hall of Fame. Known as the “Siamese twins of skiing” for their synchronized skiing, they often skied where world-wide news was breaking: at the Berlin Wall when it was being torn down, and in war fronts around the Middle East and former Soviet satellite countries.
The Egans starred in a dozen Warren Miller films and produced their own films under Egan Entertainment Network. John also did numerous first descents on terrain that, as Warren Miller said at the time, “no one thought could be skied.”
The 4th of July Parade located in Warren Village is always a fun and festive place to be. The most recent 2016 parade was no different. This year, the festivities kicked off with Presidential candidate, Bernie Sander’s, leading the parade. Following closely behind him were the many floats that had been created, all unique and colorful. [...]
For anyone who has ever visited the Valley or, certainly, those of us who live here, Mehuron's Supermarket in Waitsfield, is a wonderful establishment. It's the "go-to" place for everyday and specialty food items and, importantly, the place where you will likely meet your friends and neighbors and get a quick update on all the local happenings! Last Sunday, Mehuron's celebrated it's 75th year in the Valley with a party open to the public that featured a tent in the parking lot, live music and free food. It was a great event, enjoyed by all! The article that follows, details the 75 year history of Mehuron's and is filled with fascinating stories, pictures and glimpses of life in the earlier days of the Mad River Valley. Click on the title above to view the whole story in the Valley Reporter.
All Vermonters (and would-be Vermonters) love barns and, especially, barn conversions and renovations. So, when I came across this article in Houzz, I decided to include it here in our blog. It was written by Bud Dietrich, AIA and Houzz Contribuor. Check out the "Before" pictures at the end of the article first. Then take a close look at how it was transformed! It made me think about one of our own listings on Flat Iron Road right here in Warren Village. It's inspirational! See what it does for your imagination!
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