Vermont travels

The scene I remember is traveling through southeastern Vermont towns (I think the ones I learned the names of were Windsor and Newton, amusingly; together they formed a school district) to get to a school-related event. It was a clear, sunny, cool late morning; driving south down the main street of one of the towns, there was a really interesting early modern church, somewhat expressionist in style, with a low-vaulted tall-proportioned portico and X-mullioned windows, and with many different hues, on the east side of the street, maybe at a westward curve in the street. The countryside opened up after that to fields and mountains. I also remember being at the destination event in a largish room, somewhat like a library or school room, with gray wall-to-wall carpet, windows on the north, east, and south, and a variety of objects within.

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