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Touring the Green Mountain State along US 2, you might head toward Montpelier, easily the nicest state capital city in the nation. Small and friendly, Montpelier reflects Vermont’s mellow vibe and Yankee practicality. However, the place to stay lies back east near St. Johnsbury. Driving past, you may spy rows of plastic chairs and a set of quaint yellow and white cabins overlooking Joe’s Pond: Injunjoe Court. With her family, Beth Perreault maintain the tiny but immaculate court and spin yarns about the Abernacky Indian who used to guide people through the area. The Court earned its name because, “rumor has it that Injun Joe used to sleep on the hill.”

All text copyright Andrew Wood. Photos copyright Jenny Wood and Andy Wood.

Injun Joe Court
West Danville, VT