Within its compact borders, Connecticut has forested hills, new urban skylines, shoreline beaches, white-steeple colonial churches, and historic village greens. There are classic Ivy League schools, modern expressways, great corporate offices, and small farms. Connecticut is a thriving center of business, as well as a vacation land. It is both a New England state, and suburban to New York City.
Why Vermont? Welcome to a question that is best answered with another question. “Why Vermont?” offers a glimpse of what makes this corner of the world such a compelling place to visit, grow roots and make memories. In unearthing the ‘why?’, a rich story of ‘how’ the state has evolved surfaces; it is ultimately the land and the people who have nurtured a sense of place that is authentic, unedited and endearing.
The Green Mountain State’s agricultural heritage, its steadfast citizens and diverse landscape have fostered a way of life that is very much alive today with vibrancy revealed in an innate respect for community, land and holding true to our character while also warmly welcoming innovation and new, friendly faces.
Vermont still holds its cheesemakers, sugarmakers, dairymen and women, brewers and vintners in the highest regard. Today, the ingredients are local, the producers are inspired and the food is internationally respected.
Vermont entices with open exploration of its valleys – as they reveal a world of small farms, steepled villages, peaceful pastimes and outdoor pursuits. Come to rest, rejuvenate and play – and definitely, come hungry.
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The smallest state of the union, Rhode Island, also has the longest official name of any of the states: "State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations". The state is one of the most densely populated and industrialized for its size.
For a state that is only 37 miles wide and 48 miles long, it is notable that its shoreline on Narragansett Bay in the Atlantic Ocean runs for 400 miles. Indeed, one of Rhode Island's nicknames is "the Ocean State."
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Upstate New York is the region of the U.S. state of New York that is located north of the core of the New York metropolitan area. Upstate New York continues to boast low crime rates, high educational prospects, and readily affordable daily essentials, earning Syracuse, New York, Rochester, New York, Albany, New York, Schenectady, New York, and Buffalo, New York spots in the Forbes magazine list of top ten places to raise a family in the United States.
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Maine is a huge state. It starts on the rocky coast, follows its rivers to wonderful mountain ranges and stretches over endless tracts of remote forest until it stops at Canada. Along the way, you will find history, culture, unique shops, delicious food, breathtaking scenery and the perfect way to recharge your batteries.
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New Hampshire living offers it all... the seashore, mountains, lakes, four distinct seasons, beautiful scenery, colleges, universities and, no income tax nor sales tax. New Hampshire offers the ability to be at the seashore in the morning and later in the day at the mountains. The city of Nashua, rated as the top city in the country in which to live, along with Manchester, and Concord, offer cultural events, seasonal events, museums, in addition to colleges and universities. On the outskirts of the cities, small towns thrive. It’s New England at its best; apple festivals, strawberry festivals, craft fairs, band concerts, fireworks on the 4th of July, picnics with family and friends.
If you are a resident of our State or visiting, we hope the information provided on the following pages will assist you in answering any questions you may have about our beautiful State.
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