is a very small town in northern Vermont, just off Interstate 89. For it's size it has a lot of quirkiness to offer.
The Farmer's market was open today, as it is every Friday during the summer and fall. Around 20 local vendors sell fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade pies and jams, handmade items and maple syrup. You can also always get local produce at the organic market near the Round Church, or artisan breads and sandwiches at On The Rise Bakery. Richmond Beverage has one of the better wine selections in this area, and Craig's prices are also better than most. If you're looking for a nice, relaxing meal there are four restaurants in this little town. Our favorite is Toscano Cafe. No used book store, but the library is good. Camping is available 15 miles SE at Little River State Park, or in Burlington at North Beach.
Peak fall color has not yet hit the Winooski valley, probably will by next weekend, however, so you'll have to hurry to see it this year!