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22 Things You Have To Do Before You’re An Official Vermonter

While brainstorming things someone would have to do before becoming an official Vermonter, my list kept stopping after #1:  Possess a Vermont Birth Certificate. But one item doesn’t exactly make a list. That’s right, if you weren’t born in Vermont you’ll always be considered a Flatlander. There’s no two ways about it. However, it’s inevitable that people will move in and out of the Green Mountain State, and there are certain things that should be experienced before Vermont truly becomes home. Let’s take a look at a few rites of passage, shall we?

What things do you think makes a person an honorary Vermonter?

Kristin Grimes
Kristin Grimes lives in Vermont, is a freelance writer and busy MOM (Manager of Madness) and WIFE (Washing, Ironing, Feeding, Etc.)