Audio Postcard: Derby Line

The Haskell Free Library and Opera House in Derby Line is built of local granite and lumber and happens to have the international boundary running through the reading room.

Audio Postcard: Wells

VPR’s Steve Zind visits the town of Wells to find out how a church there earned a spot on National Geographic’s list of 500 most ‘peaceful and powerful’ destinations in the world.

Audio Postcard: Brunswick

VPR’s Steve Zind visits Brunswick, Vermont, home of six mineral springs once called the "8th Wonder of The World" by Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.

Audio Postcard: Bradford, VT

Bradford dairy farmer James Wilson produced his globes in the early 1800s.  Today, only a few are in existence, including one at the Bradford Historical Society.   

Audio Postcard: Wardsboro

We continue our series of audio postcards from Vermont towns with a visit to Wardsboro, home of Gladys Bruce. She raises goats and chickens and though she’s almost 90, she still finds a lot to keep her busy.

Audio Postcard: Westminster

Today in our series of post cards from Vermont towns we tag along with a group of local residents on a Sunday hike to the pinnacle in Westminster led by ecologist Tom Wessels.

Audio Postcard: Old Bennington

The hillside village of Old Bennington is a popular spot for leaf-peepers. We continue our series of audio postcards from Vermont towns with a visit to the Old First Church that stands there, and the cemetery that dates back to 1761.