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Stuck in Vermont Flying Above Fall Foliage With Armand Messier in St. Albans

Along with apple picking, cider doughnuts and pumpkin patches, a new fall tradition for many is enjoying the changing colors from above in the drone videos that flood social media every season. . . .

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Title Episode Number Original Airdate
Fall Foliage Flight [Stuck in Vermont 624]
Flying Above Fall Foliage With Armand Messier in St. Albans

Along with apple picking, cider doughnuts and pumpkin patches, a new fall tradition for many is enjoying the changing colors from above in the drone videos that flood social media every season. For the past three years, Armand Messier has been capturing a bird’s-eye view of fall foliage, the...Watch now »

296 Monday, October 26, 2020
Super Sonic Ninja Warrior [Stuck in Vermont 623]
‘American Ninja Warrior’ Amir Malik Trains in Essex

Vermont-raised Amir Malik has always been an agile and active person, often on the move. At the age of 9, he felt something funny in his heart. He was later diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome and was told he could not...Watch now »

295 Monday, October 12, 2020
Everyone Loves Lucy [Stuck in Vermont 622]
Everyone Loves Lucy Cooney, Bus Driver at Shelburne Community School

Lucy Cooney loves kids, and they love her back. Mother of 10 and grandmother of 15, Lucy has been working with children for the past 60 years. For the past two decades, she has been a bus driver at the Shelburne Community School and a paraeducator. In her spare time, the 78-year-old grandmother...Watch now »

294 Monday, September 21, 2020
Moving to Vermont During a Pandemic [Stuck in Vermont 621]
For a NYC Couple Considering a Move to Vermont, The Pandemic Sealed the Deal

In late July, married couple Joanna Burgess and Noah Sussman took a big leap and moved from New York City to rural Derby, Vt., with their three rescue cats. The couple had been discussing a possible move to the Green Mountains for the past decade to be closer to Noah’s parents, who live in East...Watch now »

293 Monday, September 14, 2020
COVID Camping [Stuck in Vermont 620]
Camping at Grand Isle State Park During a Pandemic

This summer, the pandemic delayed the opening of Vermont State Parks to late June. Sophie Quest had her camping plans at a cabin canceled due to the coronavirus. She tended to the gardens at Grand Isle State Park as a volunteer for 15 years...Watch now »

292 Monday, September 7, 2020
Student Film About Pandemic Life [Stuck in Vermont 619]
St. Albans Student Film Captures Life During the Pandemic

Tensions are running high as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the country and Vermont students prepare to head back to school. A group of students called the BFA Speak Choir have been performing the keynote at the Maple Run...Watch now »

291 Monday, August 24, 2020
Gonyaw Horse Farm [Stuck in Vermont 618]
Galloping Sales at Gonyaw Horse Farm in Brownington

Bruce Gonyaw has been riding his whole life; his connection to horses runs deep. For the past 30 years, Bruce has sold horses and organized trail rides and cowboy weekends at his 200-acre farm in Brownington. Visitors drive up to six...Watch now »

290 Monday, August 10, 2020
Neighbors Feeding Neighbors in Craftsbury [Stuck in Vermont 617]
Neighbors Feeding Neighbors in Craftsbury

John Gunterman and his wife moved to Vermont three years ago from Tennessee to enjoy country life. Before the pandemic, John was a student at Sterling College in Craftsbury studying sustainable food systems. Since John is a veteran who...Watch now »

289 Monday, July 27, 2020
Bill James Turns 109 [Stuck in Vermont 616]
Bristol Car Parade Celebrates Bill James’ 109th Birthday

The Bristol community celebrated Bill James’ 109th birthday in style on Saturday with a car parade outside his home on Fitch Avenue. Bill sat under a tent with his family and waved to friends as they passed by in honking cars, trucks, motorcycles, classic cars and a golf cart. Some even came by...Watch now »

288 Monday, July 13, 2020
NEK Girls for Equality [Stuck in Vermont 615]
Young Activists Hold Black Lives Matter Vigil in Lyndonville

After a brief thunderstorm in Lyndonville, a group of about 16 people gathered in Bandstand Park for a candlelight vigil to honor the Black lives lost to police brutality. Across the state and around the world, protests have been held in support of the Black Lives Matter movement for the past...Watch now »

287 Monday, June 29, 2020
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