Category Archives: Vermont

Northeast United States

The Northeast region of the United States consists of eleven states.  The oldest and largest being the home of the Big Apple, officially known as The Empire State (New York).  Rhode Island is the smallest state in the northeast region.  Six states in the northeast are known together as the New England states.  These are Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.  The Middle Atlantic States, which are the last five, comprise of New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, New York and Pennsylvania.  The northeast part of the United States is connected in the north by Canada and east by the Atlantic Ocean. The American South borders the souththernmost part of the northeast region and the American Midwest borders the west.  More than 2/3 of the American population resides in the northeast region of the United States.  The northeast states are rich in history as all these states belonged to the Thirteen Colonies although Maine and Vermont were part of other colonies before independence.

Focus on Vermont

Vermont State House Capitol building built in Greek revival architectural style from local granite in the New England VT capital of Montpelier

Considering moving to Vermont for your active retirement years?  Well, we think that is a fantastic choice!  This State in the New England region of the United States is a fantastic marriage of laid back relaxation and also a hub of excitement.  If you are interested in moving to Vermont during your retirement years, you are in for a treat.  You can enjoy a Continental Moist climate, various fauna and flora and get involved in a host of activities that will keep your life full of fun and…