Posted this chart last Monday. It is still an option.
Higher prices are still an option too. Basically it's a great time to goof off while the market works itself out.
Yesterday headed up to Vermont which I don't visit enough. Tried a few beers and had lunch at The Worthy Burger in South Royalton.
No, they weren't full beers. But they were unfiltered.
The list. Mostly local. All craft. All good.
Bombing along the White River headed to Stowe, stopped to take in the view and some chi. Up here the hills are alive with energy. And the water was a brilliant green from all the minerals.
Stowe. Quick blast through town looking for stores carrying the elusive Heady Topper by The Alchemist in Waterbury.
Buy gold! Run for the hills! The dollar's gonna crash! Blah, blah, blah . . .
Side trip to Moscow . . .
Actually . . . Austria.
Magnificent view from the lodge entrance. There is now a brewery with a small beer garden outside that would be great for bagging rays on warm summer days. Too cold and windy this day.
Finally, after many tries, found some at the Craft Beer Cellar in Waterbury.
The infamous flood from 2011 has left its mark all over the state.
Prohibition Pig in downtown Waterbury. Beer, BBQ, and duck fat fries.
Tried another unfiltered local. Excursion #1 by Hill Farmstead.
Skipped the fries, but tried some duck appetizer called Duck Crepelettes or something. Very tasty. Followed it with a barbequed beef brisket sandwich.
Then to Queechee to the Simon Pearce glassblowing factory and restaurant. Always love stopping by this place but was too full for any food.
The restaurant is fantastic, though, and hangs over the waterfalls which powers the factory.
About as close as I got to the glass blowing this time . . .
They were on break.