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The Sunset Series at Swift House Inn

The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival presents The Sunset Series at Swift House Inn / Summer of Scorsese, a new social event in partnership with Swift House Inn and the Town Hall Theater of Middlebury, beginning July 8 and ending August 5. Swift House Inn will host screenings… Read More

Update on Dan and Jeff’s Adventure

Michele received a surprise message from Dan on Thursday-they are TWO days ahead of schedule! This means that she and Susie will drive to Fort Kent, Maine on Sunday to meet Dan and Jeff. It will be a wonderful celebration of their accomplishment. Read More

Dan called on Sunday night from Jackman, Maine. This is the last motel in which they will stay and the last cell phone coverage they will have for the duration of their trip. On Saturday they completed the most difficult portion of the trip: an upstream paddle/carry/walk the canoe through… Read More

Swift House Inn Innkeepers It’s spring, well kind of here in VT but it is time for another adventure! I have departed on Thursday, May 8 on a 740 mile canoe trip. Jeff Loustaunau, a College mate and lifetime friend will be going with me. We will be paddling the… Read More

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Bike Trip Wrap Up

KI’ve been home a week now.  It’s fabulous to be back in Middlebury and at work at the Swift House Inn.   For almost 4 weeks my entire time was spent riding, planning, eating and looking for lodging to sleep. So now it’s adjusting to a normal schedule and trying… Read More

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Manchester VT to HOME 65.5 miles Sep 21

I’m home, it’s done and I’m happy.  After a really great dinner, good sleep and a fun evening with Julie and Frank, owners of the Inn at Manchester, I was on the road at 7:00. A beautiful and cool morning, not cold.  It was to be. A 66 mile sprint… Read More