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www.theglobaldigital.com The Green Mountain State VERMONT
Vermont, part of New England is the 14th
state and was the first to abolish slavery.
Vermont is the largest producer of maple
syrup in the U.S. Vermont maple syrup is
100 percent natural with nothing added.
Marble has been quarried from Vermont for
over a century and was used in the The U.S.
Supreme Court building, the Arlington National
Cemetery, and the Washington Monument.
Snow skiing in Vermont is a long time tradition.
In 1934, a rope tow, powered by a model T engine
was used to haul skiers in Woodstock, which
launched a new era in winter sports.
Points Of Interests :
Mount Independence State Historic Site
Grand Isle State Park (On Lake Champlain)
The Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
The Bennington Museum
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory
The Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium
The fall foliage of Vermont is not to be missed.
There are wonderful ski resorts in Vermont, and the
ski areas are some of the best in New England.
Make sure you don't miss locally produced cheddar
cheese and common crackers, or the baked beans.
All of which are delicious.