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Nest — Fall 2019 

click to enlarge JEB WALLACE-BRODEUR | JOHN JAMES
  • Jeb Wallace-Brodeur | John James

Summer's end may be bittersweet, but who doesn't like a crisp apple and good sleeping weather? And we have to humble-brag on Vermont foliage — even if we had nothing to do with it. Some leaf peepers will surely choose to stay at Barre's Reynolds House Inn, a gloriously restored Victorian bed-and-breakfast. The rest of us can simply ogle it. Small is beautiful, too — find proof at next month's Tiny House Fest Vermont. Nancy Stearns Bercaw is always in the market; she's changed addresses 22 times in as many years; read on for that love-'em-and-leave-'em story. For those of you who prefer to stay in one place: Plant some trees, why don't you? Fall's the time.

The original print version of this article was headlined "Falling for Autumn"

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