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What To Do In Vermont

-Antiquing
-Biking
-Camping
-Fishing
-Golfing
-Hiking & Backpacking
-Hot Air Ballooning
-Kayaking & Canoeing


Where To Go in Vermont

-The Arts
-Wineries & Breweries
-Farms
-Historic Sites
-Museums
-Nature
-Other Points of Interest


Sleep & Eat in Vermont
-Lodging
-Restaurants
-Maple Recipes

Vermont Winter Fun

Alpine Skiing
Nordic Skiing
Sleigh Rides
Snowmobiling
Snowshoeing
Winter Carnivals


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Vermont became the 14th state in 1791, closely followed by Kentucky as the 15th in 1792. The United States flag wasn't actually changed to recognize both of them (with 15 stars and 15 stripes) until 1794. Prior to statehood, Vermont had been an independent commonwealth and off and on part of both New Hampshire and New York, to hear them tell it, for over a decade.


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Fact: Vermont is the only state in the U.S. that doesn't allow billboards.

 

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