The Mcburrows Family
Both Digger and Heidi are glad that they moved to Sugarbush Valley, but for different reasons. Digger loves his new job and the fact that he is his own boss, although running your own business is hard work. Heidi loves being surrounded by so many friendly people and has already made many new friends, as well as a best friend in Maisie Meadows. It also seems as if the twins are becoming more social and finding it easier to make new friends. Like her sister, Molly, who lives in Marigold creek, Heidi and her family has find happiness, she just wishes her brother Graber, who lives in Mystique Valley could come for a visit to appreciate their new business and home.
The Renard Family
Not much has changed for the Renards over the past years. They still love life, love their jobs and are proud of executing it. They share a house (Cedar Terrace 4) with the Cottontail family, with whom they are very close, though Roxy still treasure the special visits she shares with her best friend Mae Mulberry.
The Dappledawn Family
Now that they have finally renovated their Tournfo and Realtor shop, the Dappledawns are as busy as ever. Herbage is scouring the hills and forest around the village for hidden gems to attract tourists with, and Theodora is carefully noting all the findings.
The Chestnut Family
For many in the village of Sugarbush Valley, the Chestnut family are strange(rs). The biggest reason for this confusion is the fact that they don't like to mingle, especially Pansy. Durwood, will still from time to time have a beer with Taylor or Jack or even Bob at the Hamburger restaurant, but they never attend any social gatherings. It is not that they are anti-social or strange, they just prefer their own company.
The Meadows Family
Not everyone who lives in Sugarbush Valley have a happy story about ending up here, and that surely applies to the Meadows, but they have had enough time to put the whole terrible incident behind them, and they are slowly starting to enjoy life. They are happily living on Highfields farm, and they would be forever thankful to the Buttercup family who have given them so much.
Do visit my Villagers page, to read all about the families who lives in Sugarbush Valley.