Ah Vermont. The Green Mountain State and one of our New England neighbors. I love Vermont. Just something about the state gives off a calm vibe while at the same time melting away worries and stress. It's a welcoming change from the daily grind. I have spent many times in the Green Mountain State as I have friends that live in Readsboro and West Dover.

In 2008 after my wife and I were married, we spent our honeymoon in Burlington. We had a blast as we stayed at the Hilton overlooking Lake Champlain. I recommend Lake Champlain Chocolates for those who need to satisfy a sweet tooth. We also visited the aquarium and took tours of the Cabot Cheese Factory as well as the Ben & Jerry's factory. Cruising on the lake was also a highlight of our honeymoon.

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As with so many states in the United States, Vermont has some oddball laws. You have to wonder what the train of thinking was behind enacting some of these laws. There are actually a couple on this list that make sense. Thanks to vermonter.com and Only in Your State, we can have some fun looking at these laws all while scratching our heads. So, let's do that now.

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