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13 Things Vermont Can Expect When Mud Season Strikes

The weather is warm, the birds are chirping, the green buds are appearing on the landscape, and the roads turn to mud. That’s right folks, it’s that time of year again! We all know that everything in life comes at a price and, to live in Vermont, mud season is a necessary evil. But hey, if it was always perfect here, there would be a lot more people living in the 802 and we do like our space! Here are a few things we’ve come to expect when mud season strikes.

Yes we voluntarily live in a state that turns to mud soup for a few weeks every year. Here are 13 ways Vermont is America’s black sheep… and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

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