Visit Vermont

Oh Vermont, how quaint your state is. Considering the whole state is less populated than the city of San Franciso I didn’t know what to expect. The two days I was there I thoroughly enjoyed your green mountains, historic towns, and super friendly citizens. IMG_4564[1]

Your state capital Montpelier has that small town charm mixed with years and years of history. I was a huge fan of old brick buildings. The state house was also pretty spectacular as well.

Not too far up the road, there was the Ben and Jerry’s factory. It was the best place to stop on a hot day. We all enjoyed visiting the flavor graveyard, checking out the cows, and most of all sampling the ice cream.

Our adventures also lead us to the Trapp Family Lodge (yes the place where the family from the Sound of Music lived), the gorgeous Shelburne Farms, and Bristol Falls for some cliff jumping.  Coming from California, a state that was in a huge drought, Vermont was soooooo green. The grass looked like an emerald carpet.

Thank you to my dear friend J for showing us such a great time. She really convinced us that Vermont is a pretty amazing state to visit 😉. 

Until Next Time, 

-Whit-

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10 thoughts on “Visit Vermont

  1. For your next visit, I would highly recommend the town of Brattleboro, VT. Lovely shops (including several independent bookstores, a fabric and button shop, antique stores and, yes, a yarn shop!) and great places to eat

  2. Awesome post! I currently live in Burlington for the summer and it’s absolutely beautiful. Surrounded by the green mountains and so many different people. Definitely a culture worth being a part of. 🙂

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