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Okay, so Vermont may be the only New England state without a coastline, but it's got plenty of mountains (and if you believe the song, plenty of moonlight, too). Not too far behind its neighbor Massachusetts, Vermont's first established colony dates back to 1666, smack dab on the Isle of La Motte in Lake Champlain. And believe it or don't, Vermont has one of the most rural populations in the country, with most of its residents living in areas having a population of less than 3,000 (and you thought Montana was isolated).
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But while Montana is big and wide, Vermont is ... well, cozy and snug. And very close to the major hubs of New England: Boston, New York, Hartford, Conn., and let's not forget Vermont's own Burlington, the state's largest city. This vernal land is also amply dotted with museums and historical sites, and state politicians recently enacted one of the country's most progressive environmental protection initiatives, ranking it right up next to Oregon in pursuing aggressive "green" legislation. So grab your virtual canoe and head toward the clear waters of Lake Champlain, via these cyber waterways.

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