Nestled between Mount Tom and Mount Peg, Woodstock Vermont resides along the Ottaquechee River like an indulged child between two parents.
Woodstock is endowed with rare natural beauty enhanced by the absence of visible electric lines and historic preservation efforts maintain the quaint vintage appearance of Woodstock and surrounding communities.
The four seasons of New England supply constant change in temperature and appearance, each season seemingly more resplendent than the previous. Although continuously in motion, life here seems more relaxed than many other communities.
A host of cultural events, many revolving around the central green, blend with an active artistic community to keep Woodstock interesting.
Idyllic Woodstock has so much charm and character that it is constantly being rediscovered as a dream village to live in and visit.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Elizabeth C. Jewell is active in several historical associations and has authored and illustrated three other books of historic interest, and writes a blog, www.dreamnewengland.wordpress.com. She lives with her husband, Patrick, in an old New England home on a windy hill, surrounded by gardens. Elizabeth enjoys family time, exploring history, gardening, illustration, raising preservation awareness, and other creative ventures.