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Late night sunset
Saint Petersburg. Foto by Alexander Petrosyan .
Bonfire with friends💥
the water looks like it was sketched onto the photo
Words to live by
My dream house. The only thing missing would be a view of a lake
Looks amazing....until the ski mask dude shows up and ruins what was supposed to be a great weekend.
In Vermont, we are all ski mask dudes in a month or so.
Not at this rate, with the temps/humidity the way they are I might still be in shorts/t-shirt next month :(
Seriously. I moved here this summer and feel like I've been stewing in my own juices ever since.
I've lived here for almost all of my 31 years. The seasons are not even close to what they used to be. I can remember getting snow sometime around halloween, and solid winters.
Now we have what feels like a half dozen seasons. Our winters are much shorter and or non-existant, and the summers have been record breaking highs for both heat and humidity.
For the first time this year, I read about wells drying up across the state (although that is probably my own ignorance, and I am just now noticing it).
That is insane...and in line with what all the 'old timers' keep telling me. Good thing climate change is a hoax! /s
Regardless, I'm excited for my first winter here. And for the leaves to start changing...
Come out towards Jeffersonville! When the leaves eventually do change you cant beat the view out here. Smugglers notch is also in the area, and not to mention The Burger Barn, which has some of the best burgers/snacks you can find.
Camels Hump is another great area to hike/peep at leafs. If you hike to the top, you won't want to hike back down!
Also invest in studded snow tires if you havent already, especially if you are in a very rural area or have to commute. If you love winter and fall, then you ard in the right place! As long as we have a decent season that is.
winters still suck tho... instead of tons of snow its just bitter cold for weeks on end and it just stays miserable and wet when it's supposed to be spring. Last January we had those two weeks straight where it was -15 to -20... blew through so much propane
the last decade has been so different. I remember growing up and getting feet after feet of snow storms
I’m okay with that after last winter...
This is my dream house
This "cabin" looks to have more rooms than most of the houses I've been to around here. Crazy americans and their overabundance of space and resources :P :)
Most Americans can't afford a place like this either.
Yea, fuck us for being born in a place.
I find it interesting how so many people took offense to my comment which was meant more in a "you lucky buggers" kind of spirit. /shrug
I suppose it's possible that many of us have become overly sensitive in response to the currently-fashionable practice of shitting on Americans about pretty much everything.
Beautiful. Also, this is the dumbest thing in the world, but every time i see a house like this i always, without fail, say in my best fonzerrelli, ayyyyyy frame
Invented just across the border: the eh frame.
Agreed, but you’ll save a ton on siding, because your siding is asphalt shingles which are cheaper than clapboards. Although roofing a pitch that steep would suck, real bad.
I’d live there.
I'm curious why they only have one week's worth of wood.
Because of the two electric meters just above the wood. The wood is for looks.
That's just for the entry way wood stove. The rest is in the back. Note the pipe chimney in the back.
The rest of the wood is in the adjacent wood shed because termites.
Makes me cringe seeing it stacked against the siding like that.
I stack a winter’s worth of wood out back, and a week’s worth in the house. Would you stack 4 cords of wood on your porch?
I wouldn't stack any on my porch. That's a great way to ruin your siding and soak the wood. I would, however, put it in the barn away from the moisture.
You don’t know if it’s peaceful. It could be a crack house for all we know.
I hear you're not supposed to stack wood against a house like that. It attracts mice. Nice house, though.
Mid 80's and green AF in VT today.
Seems like an ok place to me.
It looks like the beginning of a horror movie to me
That wood stack is how you get termites
how much would something like this cost, like, what's the cost of living in Vermont?
It’s an A+-frame house!
thats quite big for a cabin, more like a cottage
God I wish I was more successful.
Looks great and all but imagine the amount of spiders in and out that house.
Looks a bit like my house. My house is "coo coo clock"- house aswell. Not in vermont, but suburbs, 200m to the lake where I have my boat, 10km to city centre.
Does anyone know how much is a house like this in Vermont?
irrationally worried about a termite problem with the wood pile on the porch.
This looks very nice but beleive me, it's a ton of never-ending maintenance.
All I see is a bitch of a roof to shingle
Is the serial killer included, or do you have to pay extra?
I can almost picture the Lyme disease.
Yeah, I was thinking spiders, all I see are the spiders. That pile of wood there, spider city. That is Spider Metropolis right there.
Sucks but so true. I love New England and the trees, but the tick population would keep me from living in a spot like this.
Two electric meters? Seriously? Not so peaceful if the Air BnB owner lives in the addition. Or, even worse, another renter who thought it was some Walden Pond paradise.
I think it's the back of the house.
Any chance this is available for rent ?
Looks interesting but the design has some serious flaws. I suspect the house was a DIY project that got out of control.