Middlebury College,By James Dwinell. During his weekly press conference this afternoon, Governor Douglas was asked what he would do when his term was up. He said he had options but had not made any decisions and was still looking.However, after the press conference, Douglas was answering questions from a group of reporters and said, “Oh, by the way, I have agreed to teach a Vermont government and politics course during the January intensive at Middlebury College. Governor Kunin did the same and I have been reviewing what she did.”I don’t want to experience what I did when my secretary of state years ended in 1991. I remember waking up Friday morning with nothing to do and it terrified me.”So in January, I will be driven to Montpelier by my security detail and then (my wife) Dorothy will come and pick me up in the Neon, now a bit rusty I am told, and take me home to teach at Middlebury. And to answer your question, whatever I end up doing it will be here in Vermont; we are not moving.”Governor Douglas lives in Middlebury. He graduated from Middlebury College in 1972. That same year he was elected to the Vermont Legislature. He eventually served as a senior member of Governor Richard Snelling’s staff before being elected to several terms as both secretary of state and state treasurer, before being elected governor in 2002.