Vermont is a New England state in the north eastern United States of America. The state capital is Montpelier. This is one of the least populated states in the USA. It is bordered by Lake Champlain, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Canadian province of Quebec to the north. Vermont is the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States. In the United States, maple syrup is often eaten with pancakes, waffles, French toast, or oatmeal and porridge. It is also used as an ingredient in baking, and as a sweetener or flavoring agent.
Dairy farming is the primary source of agricultural income. New economic stability in Vermont is found in the manufacture and sale of artisan foods, fancy foods, and novelty items that trade in some part of the Vermont brand which the state manages and defends. Examples of these specialty exports include Cabot Cheese, the Vermont Teddy Bear Company, Fine Paints of Europe, Vermont Butter and Cheese Company and Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream. Vermont’s largest corporate employer is IBM, in Essex Junction. The state has many locations for office space.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Green Mountain National Forest offers historical hiking trails, excellent skiing and snowboarding at Killington Resort, which is one of the largest ski areas in the world. During the summer this resort is a great place for hiking and biking. Vermont’s dining options are varied. Many of the restaurants use the specialty artesian foods that are manufactured in the state. One restaurant is Shepard’s Pie on the Green. This is a quaint deli located in Quechee, VT. It has a full menu for taking out or eating in, offers deliver and catering, along with free WiFi.
Vermont is served by two commercial airports. They include Burlington International Airport, which is the largest in the state and offers regular flights to Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Newark, New York City, Orlando, Toronto, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC. The second airport is Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport with regular flights to Boston. Numerous highways and three major interstates – I-91, I-89 and I-93 - pass through Vermont with the I-89 running through the state’s capital. Vermont is linked by Amtrak’s Vermonter and Ethan Allen Express as well as the New England Central Railroad, Vermont Railway and Green Mountain Railroad. Greyhound bus services run between cities including Bellows Falls, Burlington and Montpelier.
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