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The Vermont Country Store

by MarciaB / January 1, 2005 2:19 AM PST

I love this place! It is one of my most favorite catalogs to browse through, and their website is wonderful, too.


Check out the various pages for some nostalgic treats, such as the candy and food. (No! I do not work for them or represent them in any way! I just really enjoy what they offer.)

My fiance and my parents and I love looking through all their stuff, much of which brings back wonderful memories.

One of these days maybe I will actually order something. Grin


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Have you ever been to the place?
by EdH / January 1, 2005 2:58 AM PST

I haven't been there in years but I'll bet it hasn't changed much. It's a trip.

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No, but I would love to
by MarciaB / January 1, 2005 3:45 AM PST

My folks used to own a small town country store when I was growing up. Many of the items I see in this catalog / website are things I remember from the store we owned.

Good memories Grin


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It's neat
by Dan McC / January 3, 2005 10:37 AM PST

We spent hours there. I thought they were going to have to kick us out.

What a hoot.


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I've bought lots from them!
by Angeline Booher / January 1, 2005 3:15 AM PST

And have done so for quite a number years.

They began an on-line store just a few years ago. Also to provide a toll-free number.

The first thing I bought were gifts of the maple powder and maple candy. Then I got into housewares for myself, and a few items of clothing (they don't have much in petite size). Sheets for my queen-siz sofa bed came from there, and they are of good quality. I sent gifts of the chocolate drops and jams and jellied. (I won't get the chocolate drops for myself as I know I would eat every single one.) Happy

I grew up with a lot of the stuff they carry, so I enjoy their catalogues, as well.


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They are the greatest!
by Dick White / January 3, 2005 11:29 AM PST

They are the only remaining source for so many old-time products and devices. And yes, the store is worth getting off I-91 to shop. Do take your wallet inside with you as there will be much worth buying.


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