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Hard'ack Winter Carnival


Another Winter Carnival has come and gone. This year’s celebrations gave the Rail City a welcome respite from the hustle-and-bustle of everyday life. The local kids were what made the event a memorable one, with the Duct Tape Derby being one for the ages! The weather was kind this weekend, but for those with chilly bones, the Handy family of dealerships donated and served hot chocolate and coffee for those at Hard’ack on Sunday. 


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Scenic Vermont Roads to Checkout this Summer

Route 30 is one of the most underrated scenic roads in Vermont –, especially in Addison and Rutland counties. Route 30 starts near the Massachusetts border in Brattleboro and extends to Middlebury. While Middlebury is always a fun destination, make time to see the tiny towns of Cornwall, Whiting, and Sudbury, all located south of the classic New England college town...

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Camping in the Green Mountain State

It’s wonderful to unplug from this technology age and reconnect with nature, and in Vermont, we have many places where we can do just that. Spend your days on the water or hiking through the woods, and wind down while cooking over a campfire with friends and family. Whether you’re looking for family-friendly camping spots, places perfect for groups, great views, epic hikes or boating spots, there is always a place in Vermont that will be perfect for you. Here are 8 of our favorite camping spots in the state.

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Kayaking in Vermont

Rich with lakes, ponds, and rivers, the state of Vermont is a paddler's paradise. Boasting not only what is known colloquially as, "the 6th Great Lake" in Lake Champlain, but paddlers in Vermont can also enjoy any number of day trips on lazy rivers and calm lakes as well as multi-day excursions on paddling trails. Vermont's bountiful wildlife, verdant hills, and lush forested areas are all sights to be seen for the itinerant paddler.


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What to do in Vermont this Spring

It’s hard to believe we survived another winter in Vermont. Before we know it, the first signs of new life are popping up and bringing color back into our landscape. Spring in Vermont is often overshadowed, if you think of it: the foliage of fall, the epic powder days of winter, and the bluebird skies of summer days on Lake Champlain...

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The best of what New England has to offer

New England is a great place to visit and it has a lot to offer travelers. Not only can you plan a long vacation in the region, but there are some fun day trips available for locals as well. The six states of New England include Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Each has a unique character and many fun attractions that are sure to keep you busy...



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