Vermont June 10, 2018
14 Privileges Vermonters Have That The Rest Of The U.S. Doesn’t
While we’re not ones to brag, the simple fact is that life is good here. That’s right, our little state sure has some big things that one one else can claim. Let’s take a look at some privileges we have that come with living in the Green Mountain State. While you might find some of these things in other states, there is no denying that they are just
1. Cheese, please!
Our world class cheeses are wildly delicious. Everyone knows that our "Cheddar is better."
2. Fairs and festivals
From county fairs to hot air balloon festivals, these gatherings bring out the locals and travelers alike.
3. Bigger, better burgers
Locally sourced and packed with flavor, Vermont puts out some of the best burgers on earth. Click
to check out some of our favorite places to get them.
There's really no need to explain why our foliage is the best. If you've ever seen it, you know we're right.
5. You'll find it all at the general store.
If they don't have it, you don't need it. These spots are usually the hub of the community and filled with friendly folks. Whether you go for a cup of coffee, a watering can or the local town news, they have everything you need.
6. Spectacular scenery
With wide open spaces, mountain views, blue lakes and mesmerizing sunsets, you can't beat the scenery in Vermont.
7. The Long Trail
If you've hiked this trail in parts or done it all end to end, this long distance trail shows you Vermont in all of its glory.
8. Farm to table fresh
As pioneers of the farm to table movement, you'll always find fresh foods to make a delicious meal. Often from the farmers themselves!
9. Gorgeous drives
It's not just the scenery, either. There are no billboards to block it so we can actually enjoy the commute!
Creamy and delicious, they are our favorite summer treat! For some of the best spots for creemees in Vermont, click
11. Olympic pride
Vermont consistently sends more Olympians per capita than any other state. Take that, Colorado!
12. Country lanes
There's always something to be found and seen while exploring the back roads of Vermont. Sunday drives can happen any day of the week in Vermont.
13. Unique State Parks
They are sometimes in a forest, sometimes on an island, and sometimes in busy areas. Each one is unique and all are incredible.
14. It will always be home.
Perhaps the best privilege of living in Vermont is that no matter where we go, we can always call it home.
While there are many privileges about living in Vermont, click
here to see 21 things everyone who has moved away has thought at least once.