Equipment Rental Vermont

equipment rental vermont
    equipment rental
  • means a service establishment that may offer a wide variety of household and business equipment, furniture, and materials for rental. Does not include construction equipment rental, which is separately defined.
  • a state in New England
  • Vermont is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. The state ranks 43rd by land area, , and 45th by total area. It has a population of 621,270, making it the second least-populated state.
  • A state in the northeastern US, on the border with Canada, one of the six New England States; pop. 608,827; capital, Montpelier; statehood, Mar. 4, 1791 (14). Explored and settled by the French during the 1600s and 1700s, it became an independent republic in 1777 until it was admitted as a US state
  • The Vermont was the first automobile to cross the United States. It traveled from San Francisco, California to Manhattan, New York. It was a 1903 Winton. The crew was owner Horatio Nelson Jackson, mechanic Sewall K. Crocker and their mascot Bud, a bulldog purchased for $15 in Caldwell, Idaho.
equipment rental vermont - Frommer's Vermont,
Frommer's Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine (Frommer's Complete Guides)
Frommer's Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine (Frommer's Complete Guides)
New and completely revised edition!
Itineraries for special interests and overall highlights: from hiking in New Hampshire's White Mountains, to spending two weeks on the Maine Coast, to seeing the Best of Vermont in a week.
Each chapter offers an entire "Enjoying the Outdoors" section, with tips and suggestions for every season.
The Best of New England section offers a wide range of accommodations and dining choices.
Includes an overview of the region's mountains, forests, and coastlines and a history of the people and landscape.
If you're a leaf-peeper, we list The Best Places to See Fall Foliage

Per Frommer's usual convenient design, the inside flap of the front cover displays a color map of New England--so you can see the whole region at a glance--and the rest of the guidebook continues the pattern of thoughtful, practical, helpful travel information in a portable, accessible format. Chapter 1 summarizes the best of Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine: the best small towns, best country inns, best restaurants, best shopping, best family destinations, and best places to see the fall foliage. Wayne Curtis then introduces the various regions, their history and geography, literary legacy, and contemporary style. Curtis provides trip-planning details, such as climate information, a calendar of events, how best to get there and get around, and where to check on the Web for New England sites. Then come the comprehensive state sections, each with recommended places to stay and eat, a discussion of outdoor activities, and interesting snippets on the Ben & Jerry story, the history of maple syrup, ferries to Nova Scotia, and the debate over Maine's North Woods. Excellent maps accompany each section, as do lists of useful phone numbers, tourist information offices, and suggestions of what there may be to do at night, resulting in a smartly compiled guidebook with lots of useful information and no excess fluff. --Stephanie Gold

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Skis on Demand - 11/27/2009
Skis on Demand - 11/27/2009
Hate waiting in lines for rental equipment? Well heres your answer. The night before you hit the slopes; Skis on Demand will bring boots, skis and boards to your door to make sure they fit perfectly to your dimensions. Then theyll bring the skis and snowboards to the mountain for you to pick up the next day! Click here for more info.
Cross Country skiing is alot like running - no lines, no machinery, no crowds - just you and the great wide open. (plus your $15 worth of rental equipment)
Here is a shot taken during a breather in the middle of a corn field.

equipment rental vermont
equipment rental vermont
M Is For Maple Syrup: A Vermont Alphabet (Discover America State By State. Alphabet Series)
In New England this fall, Vermonters will be welcoming its state alphabet book, titled M is for Maple Syrup. With colorful pages that focus the spotlight on the flora and fauna specific to Vermont (and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream), the book utilizes a two-tiered educational format where the rhyming verse appeals to younger readers and the substantive expository text proves an engaging tool for older students. In Vermont this fall, as it always is L is for Lake Champlain and R is for the Red Clover, H is for the Hermit Thrush and D is for Dairy.

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