Vermont March 05, 2018
9 Things You Won’t Ever Find In Vermont…No Matter How Hard You Look
Vermont is known for it’s rolling green mountains, cow spotted pastures, covered bridges, red barns and more. However there are a few things that you
won’t find in VT, no matter how hard you look. Let’s have a little fun and check out these 9 things you’re not likely to see in Vermont, and be sure to add more things to the comments below!
The tallest building in Vermont is Decker Towers in Burlington. It's only 11 stories tall!
2. A tan
Vermont isn't exactly known for it's white beaches and sunny skies. We think this picture says it all.
3. A Powerball winner
Vermont is only one of four places in the US to never have a Powerball winner, despite joining in on the fun in 2003.
4. George W. Bush and Dick Cheney
It's not likely you'll find George W or Cheney in Vermont. After all, Brattleboro and Marlboro have an active warrant for their arrest for crimes against the US Constitution.
You won't find billboards mucking up the scenery along your drive in Vermont. They're illegal!
6. Cumberland County and Jefferson County
Cumberland County went out of existence in 1777 when Vermont declared its independence. Jefferson County was formed in 1810, then renamed Washington County in 1814.
7. A dry mud season
The shoulder season between Winter and Spring means all the dirt roads turn to mud. In fact, almost
everything turns to mud.
8. Clean cars
While we're still on mud season, we all know there is no point in washing your car in this timeframe. It will be just as dirty by the time you arrive home from the car wash.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently declared that there is no evidence of the catamount roaming in the Northeast anymore. It has been taken off the federal endangered species list and has been deemed extinct.