Like many an old Vermonter, the old caboose is chock full of character and charm.
This one sits next to my friend Johnny Hinrichs’ shop on Rt 7A in Sunderland.
It’s a good way to end the year as 2017 passes on through.
I’ll take next week off and see you back here on Monday, January 1.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on linen panel
And the Winners Are…
Each month I draw two random Day in Vermont subscribers to win a free print of their choice. It’s one small way I can say thanks for your tremendous support.
Our first winner for December is Virginia Philo of North Chittenden, VT. Virginia chose “Cow Crossing” and had this to say…
“I’ve decided on Cow Crossing as it represents Vermont to me. When I was a little girl there were more cows than people in Vermont. When I first moved to Vermont in my 20s I stayed with a family on their dairy farm in Shrewsbury. I loved the life, and I was sometimes the one to bring the cows across the road at milking time. This particular print depicts the Vermont life that drew me here. The blue chicory in the foreground is one of my favorite roadside wildflowers. I’m so excited to have one of your exquisite prints. Thank you so very much.”
Our second winner is Terry Perugini of Mystic, CT. Terry chose “November Reflections” and had this to say…
“I chose November Reflections because it’s a Vermont lake scene with such detail, variations in color, and beautiful reflections. I’ve been going to Vermont about twice a year all my life to visit family. We never run out of new places to explore. Lake Bomoseen is now on my go to list. I enjoy receiving A Day in Vermont to see Peter’s new work and watch the videos of his process.”
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