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Above: Fabulous Fall Wallpaper: An ivy-covered home in Burlington.
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Fast Facts About Vermont
1. The official state flower of Vermont is the Red Clover.
2. The official state tree of Vermont is the Sugar Maple.
3. The official state bird of Vermont is the Hermit Thrush.
4. Vermont is home to 21 State Parks and 26 State Forests.
5. The state of Vermont is divided into three geographical
regions: Northern, Central and Southern.
6. The five largest cities in Vermont (by population size) are Burlington, South Burlington, Rutland, Barre and Montpelier, in that order.
7. Vermont has two Universities - Norwich University and University of Vermont.
8. Vermont has five passenger rail services - Amtrak, Ethan Allen Express, New England Central Railroad, Vermont Railway, and Green Mountain Railroad.
9. Native American Indian tribes who once occupied what is now the state of Vermont include Algonquian, Iriquois, Mohican, and Abenaki.
Above: Vermont maple grove in autumn.
Offbeat Vermont Attractions
Barre- Visit the magnificent granite sculptures at Hope Cemetery.
Brookfield- Check out the Floating Bridge.
Pittsford - Tour the New England Maple Syrup Museum
St. Johnsbury - Where herds of animal lovers flock to the Dog Chapel.
St. Johnsbury - Following the sacred blessing of your canine friend, view the trippy bug art at the Fairbanks Museum.
Shelburne - Artifacts abound within 39 buildings on the Shelburne Museum's 45-acre property. Among the many amazing attractions is a painting by Charles Deas, a Great American Master of 19th century art. Visit this link to View the Works of Charles Deas.
Waterbury - Don't miss Ben & Jerry's Flavor Graveyard and Factory Tour.
Below: Boats on Lake Champlain
Photo Crdit: vermontphotomag.com
State Parks in Vermont
Allis State Park
Ascutney State Park
Ball Mountain State Park
Branbury State Park
Brighton State Park
Burton Island State Park
Camels Hump State Park
Elmore State Park
Emerald Lake State Park
Grand Isle State Park
Jamaica State Park
Lake Saint Catherine State Park
Monroe State Park
North Hero State Park
Rood State Park
Saint Albans Bay State Park
Sand Bar State Park
Shaftsburg State Park
Silver Lake State Park
Wilgus State Park
Below: Two charming fall wallpaper views of downtown Rutland.
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Above: The popular ski resort village called Stowe.
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Above: St. Johnsbury.
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Above: The tiny town of Middlebury, dwarfed by city traffic.
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Above: Downtown Burlington.
Above: Downtown Bennington
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Above: Rainbow over Brattleboro.
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