Manchester, VT, is something of a time capsule. It’s a two-stoplight town lined with marble sidewalks, manicured lawns, and immaculately restored colonial homes, many of which date back to the late 1800s. Driving down the main drag feels like watching a black-and-white movie bloom into technicolor outside your window. If it weren’t for the occasional Tesla or e-bike sighting, you might believe you’d traveled back in time, crossing over the New York state line. It’s a stark juxtaposition of old world meets new, which is the perfect analogy for the township’s most well-known resident, the Orvis fly-fishing shop.
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