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Author: riverlad Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 31089  
Subject: Re: VT/NH Date: 7/1/2001 11:31 AM
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If you haven't spent much time there, Rav,some of the cultural differences should also be considered. The bright lights are few and far between and for much of the area entertainment is do-it-yourself or satellite TV. New Englanders are great folks, but not generally noted for their warmth.

With respect for the climate and soil limitations, gardening should be no problem. There just aren't as many choices or as much growing time.

If employment is an important consideration, I'd suggest having that lined-up before you arrive, especially in any of the more rural areas.
The larger towns in VT, especially those with colleges, are quite charming and offer some semblance of social life.

Good luck,
Dick
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