Snowflake, Vermont is a village of 953 souls nestled in the mountains of Vermont. The Village Green and the old Congregational Church, erected in 1749, are at the center of town. If you look closely, you can spot Broadway, Snowflake’s main street, and the By the Spoonful Soup Shop. Just south of the soup shop is the Victory Garden. At the western end of town, Ridgeline leads up the mountain to the Snowflake Resort and Lodge. Many of Snowflake’s streets are named after trees. Lucky Jamieson lives on Maple Street, her grandfather Jack, on Birch. Then there’s Chestnut, Ash, Elm and Spruce which turns into the Old Colonial Road, the main route to the nearby town of Lincoln Falls.