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Small town Vermont; beer, wine and bakeries

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Hello - planning our fist trip to Vermont in August or September to celebrate my husband's 70th birthday. After spending about a week in Vermont, we'll head to Montreal and Quebec City before returning to Franklin, N.C.

We love quaint towns, beautiful scenery, beer, wine and bakeries. What are your favorite "must sees", either a bed and breakfast we shouldn't miss - or a bakery goodie we'll never forget? We also want to tour some breweries and taste some wine. We're totally open as far as what areas in Vermont we'll be staying.

Thanks for your help.

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