So, when is a rest stop not just another rest stop?

When you’re traveling through Vermont!

As far as we’re concerned, New York State and others have a lot to learn from the land of Ben and Jerry’s, maple syrup and the green mountains.

Here’s our personal perspective: They are clean, environmentally attractive inside and outside, actually welcoming, open and staffed late (that means with real people who can give directions) well stocked with destination and informational current brochures and maps and often have local CBOs (community-based organizations) offering fresh and tasty refreshments for a nominal fee as a fundraising endeavor for the organization. They also showcase state crafters whether it be an artist, artisan or craftsperson. And yes, you can sit a spell in that handmade rocker you might like to order from the crafter!

Here’s our professional perspective: Inspiration is everywhere!

So, we think, “Maybe some of these showcased crafters of so many products would be interested in our website,” And they were!

Check out our newest sourced- through- Vermont Rest Stop Centers- product lines: Boot Track Maple LLC, makers of Vermont Grade A amber maple syrup and Castleton Crackers which mixes, rolls, bakes and cracks by hand these beautiful rustic-looking crackers, based on an 1880s recipe and whose product is GMO free and made with all natural ingredients. Delicious products both!


2019-08-09T12:27:01-04:00June 22nd, 2017|News|Comments Off on So, when is a rest stop not just another rest stop?