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Penguin Plunge 2020

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Jan 28th 2020

Penguin Plunge 2020

By February, Lake Champlain is largely frozen over, the ice and layers of snow glisten in the sunshine even under blistery temperatures. However, by Burlington’s Waterfront Park, the ice and snow have … Read More →
From the Mountains to your Sofa

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Jan 22nd 2020

From the Mountains to your Sofa

A friend once told me, that the great thing about flannel is that you can take it anywhere. You can take it, high up the rocky trail of a mountain ridge as you hit the alpine line and the coolness of … Read More →
Happy Holidays, May they be Decked in Flannel

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Dec 24th 2019

Happy Holidays, May they be Decked in Flannel

The stockings have been hung and the house is covered in the mayhem of last minute holiday wrapping and the frustration involved with tape with subpar teeth. The radio says that across the country thi … Read More →
Thanksgiving Feast

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Nov 26th 2019

Thanksgiving Feast

Guess what day it is?! The best day of the year, at least in my humble opinion, so gobble from the rooftops ladies and gents, just make sure your footing is sure, it’s Thanksgiving! I will not even b … Read More →
The Holidays, a Toast from Vermont

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Nov 20th 2019

The Holidays, a Toast from Vermont

The air burns the lungs, and you can feel it descend upon exposed skin, your hair rises and breath crystallizes against your scarf, but it is quiet, so quiet that in fact that you can hear the crush o … Read More →
The Eleventh Month and Flannel

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Nov 7th 2019

The Eleventh Month and Flannel

“His beard was all colors, a grove of trees in autumn, deep brown and fire-orange and wine-red, an untrimmed tangle across the lower half of his face. His cheeks were apple-red. He looked like a frien … Read More →
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