Living in Vermont

Vermont is the 2nd smallest state by population in the US. Some of the trademarks of the state are its beautiful fall foliage, covered bridges, and maple syrup production. There are quite a few interesting galleries and museums where a nurse can spend some time away from work. The Vermont Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Shelburne Museum, The South Vermont Arts Center, Art on Main and The Vermont Fine Arts Gallery are excellent places to see. The varied interesting and historic sites to visit are Chimney Point State Historic Site, President Calvin Coolidge Historic Site, The Vermont Covered Bridge Museum, Quechee Gorge, Vermont Country Store and The Bennington Battle Monument are a good way to spend time in Vermont. The Green Mountain National Forest, Lake Champlain, Stowe Mountain and Sugarbush are all excellent places to go as well. Winter outdoor activities include snow skiing, snow boarding, ice skating, cross country skiing, and hockey. Camping in the 52 state parks as well as fly fishing, hiking, kayaking, biking and boating are more spring and summer pursuits.

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