Chittenden Mill


We homeschool. In September we went to the No School Picnic up in Jericho, Vermont. On the way home we passed the Chitteden Mill pictured above. It is also know as the Old Red Mill. Pretty spectacular old stonework, both manmade and by mother nature, as well as interesting history. Click on the photo above to see a larger version.

Outdoors: 34°F/23°F Partly Sunny, Snowed all day, 3″ Snow
Farm House: 66°F/54°F no fire
Tiny Cottage: 58°F/52°F no work on cottage, pig shed roofed

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3 Responses to Chittenden Mill

  1. pablo says:

    Some day the amazing construction you are undertaking will be the feature of historians and admirers of hard work and ingenuity.

  2. This is probably the most photographed building in Jericho. The milling machinery is no longer on the main floor, I believe they have placed them downstairs. There is a nice exhibit of Snowflake Bentley’s work in the back of the building as well as many of archival prints of his snowflakes for sale. Snowflake Bentley is Jericho’s most famous former resident. He was a farmer on Nashville Road in Jericho. More info can be found at the website http://www.snowflakebentley.com. I believe he is buried at the Jericho Center Cemetery, which is adjacent to the land that we farm. Our overwintered pigs look right into the cemetery.

    Mark
    http://www.jerichosettlersfarm.com

  3. Mia says:

    hat a beautiful photo!

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