10 Things I Love Most About Vermont
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10 Things I Love Most About Vermont

I love Vermont!

10 Things I Love Most About Vermont
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For as long as I can remember, Vermont has consumed a part of my heart that I could never imagine being given to anyone or anything else. Vermont will forever be my home. While thrown amongst it's beauty, Vermont natives tend to disregard our state's true beauty until we are given the chance to leave and understand how incredibly lucky we truly are to call this place home. Here are just a few of my favorite things about this place I hold so dear to my heart.

The Foliage
Regardless of how annoyed the locals may get with all the accumulated leaf peepers in the fall, there is truly nothing like the beautiful colors the foliage brings to our tiny little towns.

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters

As a coffee lover, there is nothing better than the taste of Vermont brewed coffee in the morning to start your day.

Ben & Jerry's

More ice cream flavor's than you could ever count and so tasty!

Summer Nights & Bonfires

There's something about a summer night in Vermont filled with endless amounts of beautiful stars in the sky and high flying bonfires that makes you appreciate all life's natural beauty.

Driving Down Dirt Back Roads

Nothing's better than driving around aimlessly down a dirt road with the music loud and your favorite people by your side.

Country Music

Of course living in Vermont, everyone expects us to listen to country music. Although this is not the only kind of music we've ever heard, it does take a very special place in many of our hearts. The messages the songs talk about are highly relatable.

The Mountains

For all my life, these beautiful mountains that surround me day in and day out have been taken for granted. It wasn't until after I had left this gorgeous place that I truly understand how lucky I was to be a part of something so amazing.

Small Towns & Large Families

Vermont helps create families. Living in a town so small and close knit serves as both a blessing and a curse.

9. Learning What Love Really Is

In a place as united as this, you cannot help but find something and someone to love. The kind of love that fills your heart with the utmost joy, lifts you off your feet and twirls you around until you're dizzy in the head. The kind of love anyone would be lucky to experience once in a life time.

It Will Forever Be My Home

No matter where I may travel through this crazy life, Vermont will forever be my home.

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