The American village that prevented hordes of influencers from invading it to photograph the forests in the fall

The American village that prevented hordes of influencers from invading it to photograph the forests in the fall

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Tourism drives Vermont’s economy, but not all residents agree with the move

  • author, Susan Budheiser
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Stepping into the town of Pomfret, in the US state of Vermont, you are immediately impressed by its rustic beauty.

From the north, Haw Hill Road descends the hill in a series of gentle curves, each curve revealing green farm fields dotted with sheep or areas of woodland where red and orange autumn leaves cling to the branches.

In one house, a tree laden with apples stands on top of a stone wall, and the top of the tree is full of decaying fruit.

At the beginning of October, more than half of the cars in circulation in this city of 900 people had out-of-state license plates.

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