Vermont October 02, 2015
These 14 Towns In Vermont Have The Strangest Names You’ll Ever See
As a small state with few towns in the first place, we like to keep things interesting and memorable. So go ahead and have a good laugh when you throw a non-Vermonter for a loop and tell them you live in Moscow, but Egpyt is only a short car ride away. While you’re on your next road trip, be sure to keep an eye out for these hilariously named towns.
1) Bread Loaf
There's no working post office, probably because everyone's mail was sent to the bakery instead.
I think I'll save visiting this one until the winter.
Come not only to take a picture next to the this sign, but also to see the longest covered bridge still in use in Vermont!
To construct a bridge that's 267 feet long over 100 years ago that still works today means this town must not live up to the reputation it's gotten from its name.
We all know Killington, yet we probably don't ponder how (or why) this town's name was established.
5) Satan's Kingdom
This one may be a part of Leicester, but the GPS will sure enough let you know when you've entered Satan's realm.
My question, of course, is where is the animal farm?
Sounds quite tasty to me.
Birdland is located on North Hero island and is home to a large Amish population.
Renamed Adamant in the early 20th century, many still know of the area by its former name. We'll hope they were referring to the book of Genesis when naming this town.
Nope, we're not in Russia. But I could see why you might think that in the winter when the temperature drops below zero and ice storms hit.
Again, not in South America, but we might be able to convince those from Dummerston that we are.
If you told someone you lived within a few hours of Kansas, Egypt, Holland, Michigan, Jerusalem, Athens, Jamaica, Peru and Moscow, they might think you're either insane, lost, or just very confused. Little do they know you probably just live in Vermont...
If you don't think that Eden is a fitting name for this town, view the next picture.
This is paradise if I've ever seen it.
14) And finally, Ticklenaked Pond
While there are some established nude beaches in Vermont, this one doesn't explicitly say you have to be clothed...I'm not even going to address the question as to how this town was named.
Do they send you to Satan’s Kingdom after visiting Killington? Probably not. But you never know what could happen after a visit to Ticklenaked Pond…
Are there any other bizarre places you’d add to this list?