Robert Frost

VERMONT & NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • Photo of Nothing Gold Can Stay plaque Robert Frost Interpretive Trail — Ripton, Vermont
    From the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, one of his briefer poems, “Nothing Gold Can Stay” comes to mind at least twice a year in New England: when spring turns the buds to a lovely green gold, and in the autumn when those same leaves fall and carpet the ground. — Ripton, Vermont
  • Photo of Apple at Frost farmhouse — Derry, New Hampshire
    "After Apple-Picking" comes to mind outside the Frost farmhouse. — Derry, New Hampshire
  • Photo of Woodpile at Frost farmhouse. — Derry, New Hampshire
    As “Two Tramps in Mud Season” will attest, Robert Frost was proud of being well-versed in wood splitting. Frost farmhouse. — Derry, New Hampshire
  • Photo of Robert Frost's Kitchen Table
    The kitchen table at which Robert Frost wrote many of his poems. It is thought that Frost tuned his ear to the Yankee vernacular at this shared-line phone. Frost farmhouse. — Derry, New Hampshire
  • Photo of Interior of the Frost cabin as it still looks today. — Ripton, Vermont
    Interior of the Frost cabin as it still looks today. — Ripton, Vermont
  • Photo of Robert Frost’s cabin — Ripton, Vermont
    Robert Frost’s cabin, where he was released “into Timelessness.” — Ripton, Vermont
  • Photo of Birch trees at the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail. — Ripton, Vermont
    Birch trees at the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail. — Ripton, Vermont

    I’d like to go by climbing a birch tree,
    And climb black branches up a snow-white trunk
    Toward heaven, till the tree could bear no more,
    Robert Frost
    “Birches”
    Mountain Interval, 1920

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Appendix :: Literary Destinations

Robert Frost

(1874-1963)
Ripton, VERMONT
Shaftsbury, VERMONT
Bennington, VERMONT
Derry, NEW HAMPSHIRE
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Ripton, VERMONT

The Cabin at Homer Noble Farm
Off Route 125
Ripton, VT 05766

Website: www.frostfriends.org
The farm is part of Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf campus.

Bread Loaf School of English
Route 125
Ripton, VT 05766
Phone: (802) 443-5360
Website: www.middlebury.edu


Robert Frost Interpretive Trail
From Middlebury, travel south on Route 7 to where it intersects with Route 125. Travel east on Route 125 for 5.8 miles. The parking area is on the right.
From Rochester, travel north on Route 100 to its intersection with Route 125. Travel west on Route 125 for 9.9 miles. The parking area is on the left.
Website: www.fs.usda.gov

Shaftsbury, VERMONT

Robert Frost Stone House Museum
121 Historic Route 7A
Shaftsbury, VT 05262
Phone: (802) 447-6200
Website: www.frostfriends.org

Bennington, VERMONT

The Old First Church
Vt. Rte. 9 and Monument Avenue
Old Bennington, VT 05201
Phone: (802) 447-1223
Websitewww.oldfirstchurchbenn.org

Derry, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site
122 Rockingham Rd
Derry, NH 03038
Phone: (603) 432-3091
Website: www.nhstateparks.org

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