Ah, rainy days in Vermont in May. Classic.
Many people wonder what it is we Killington residents do during the moist season. I, for one, work on getting my shit together after the season is over. During the winter, I am way too busy to spend time on menial chores such as car maintenance, etc. You just don't to be committed to something when a powder day comes along ;) or any winter day, for that matter.
So in May, when it's too rainy to do awesome things outside, I spend time at the veterinarian and then...go look at waterfalls!! Rain combined with snow melt makes for a pretty exciting time for really loud water. While there are probably thousand of small run-off streams flowing down Killington and her sister peaks, large falls are rare indeed. Strangely enough, one of the best local falls is just a short quarter-mile across a swamp...
The journey is just a little one, but the Killington all-natural HydroElectric plant at Thundering Falls. But what an amazing site!
See you in the Woods,