Where to shop for Caroline's Dream:


Floratopia Flowers

Floratopia is a small flower farm nestled in the hills of South Starksboro, Vermont. Specializing in growing a selection of flowers that lend themselves to creating wildly romantic, nature-inspired designs. Flowers are available at select locations, or through our Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Owner Liisa Von Ende and I collaborate on fun exchanges and giveaways this Spring and Fall for her customers and mine.  


Happy Vermont

Happy Vermont's blog and podcast shares tips and info for exploring Vermont and interviews interesting people from all corners of our state. 

Erica Houskeeper is a freelance writer and photographer based in Burlington. Dave Barron is the creative director for Pluck, a graphic design studio in Burlington. Dave and Erica live together with their daughter in Burlington, VT. 

Listen to Erica interview me on her podcast HERE.



The protagonists of community, freedom, and unity through cycling. Rasputitsa is more than a gravel cycling race. It’s a homegrown self-supported challenge of the mind, body, and soul that instills people with a connected sense of place and purpose. It’s an authentic experience that embraces: The Unknown. Change. All people. All bikes. 

You'll find Caroline's Dream at the Dirty Deeds Farmer's Market Friday, April 29, 2022 / 5pm - 8pm / Burke Mountain Hotel or potentially on the course during the event Saturday, April 30, 2022.


Caroline's Dream is also partnered with these same fine folxs for their other events:

Vertical - Women's only event and the weekend is about coming together in nature.  Though all rides will have expert leaders available to help the focus isn't on instruction. There is a choice between gravel or mountain biking but all participants will fly fish. Caroline's Dream is gravel riding, fishing and camping all weekend and providing gifts for all the women participants.

Grateful This is one day of 3 different bike races that can be done on a gravel, cyclocross, or mountain bike. No podiums. No prizes. The victory is a smile at the end of the day. You'll find me with the Caroline's Cruiser selling at the event Farmer's Market.



Nikki Minor is a practitioner of folk herbalism, zine maker, and creative force behind Chicory Botanicals (@chicoryzine). Nikki has been practicing herbalism for 5 years and is passionate about plants, accessibility in herbalism, anti-racism, Black and African botanical legacy, community-based mutual aid, abolition and being an educator.

Chicory Botanicals was started in 2017 with a mission to make affordable herbal medicines and raise money to donate to a local bail fund. It donates 10% of its monthly proceeds to local and national mutual aid.

I am working with Nikki to provide skincare and supplies for their BIPOC Mutual Aid Care packages. 


Move to Live

Cailie Currin, owner of Move to Live, has been a yoga and meditation practitioner for many years. In addition to a 200 hour yoga training, Cailie holds a personal training certification from NASM, a Nutrition and Healthy Living certification from Cornell University and is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer. In March of 2020, when the pandemic took hold, the fabulous teachers of MTL took their classes online, maintaining a full schedule and conquering the new technology.

I really enjoy Cailie's online cycling and yoga classes, she is an exceptional instructor. We are partnering on giveaways and discounts for our customers. 


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