Her latest writing project, the Vermont Travel Journal
, was published in April 2014.
This 6" x 9" journal is the perfect traveling companion, deliberately sized to fit in most glove compartments, purses, backpacks, briefcases, and totes. Its durable cover has a smooth matte finish and the spiral binding allows the book to lay flat for ease of use.
All of Vermont's 255 civic/geographic entities or "places"237 towns, 9 cities, 5 unorganized towns, 3 gores, and 1 grantare listed alphabetically, along with their charter, grant or patent date, on lightly-lined writing pages.
The adventurous traveler is encouraged to record a favorite memory from each of these places, or to simply validate their visit in the allotted space to create a unique, treasured keepsake.
A map of Vermont county and town boundaries is also included, as well as a useful list of Vermont Travel Resources (maps, books, and websites) an all in one reference and notebook.
The journal's 160 pages are printed on classic, cream colored, acid-free, archival paper that will preserve travel memories for years to come. Vintage Vermont postcards from another century provide the design element for the covers and complimentary interior pages.