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Hello everyone, I have been looking forward to making the change to the 2016 Cherokee and both starting my build and hopefully meeting some other Jeeper enthusiasts in the Vermont area. Please tell me I am not the only one on here in Vermont :) I have been in many auto clubs for both sport cars and 4x4 over the years and really hope to meet some other on here who share the same passion and are from my area and interested in talking/sharing stories as well as possibly meeting for some off road drives, camping and other adventures our Jeep's can take us on! :cool:

Vermonter Jeepers??
 

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Welcome, sorry too far south for Vermont but, there are members from other parts of New England not too far from you. Once again welcome!!!
 
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welcome from florida im from connecticut originally and use to hunt in the barre area before i moved to florida..back in the day.. enjoy the cherokee.. post pics of any mods you do and welcome again..

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Thank you both! I look forward being a part of the forums and I will certainly post photos of mods along the way.
 

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Sorry-in SC here, but congrats on your new KL and it really looks sharp. Enjoy the new ride.
 

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was in Burlignton last weekend, only dirt I got the Jeep on was this rd to our air BnB. usually busy visiting daughter at school but would love to venture off more
 

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Not a Vermonter but Me and the wife are going to central Vermont on a little weekend road trip in January. Do you guys have any cool things to see/do for non-skiers?
 

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Vermont here

Glad to see another Vermont jeep on one of these pages. I'm in Winooski but spend a majority of my time up in the northeast kingdom especially in the spring and summer.
 

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Not a Vermonter but Me and the wife are going to central Vermont on a little weekend road trip in January. Do you guys have any cool things to see/do for non-skiers?
late reply I know. how was your getaway? where did you stay? what did you do? we were going to try fatbiking last February but it was rainy & icy. this winter Daughter is off to NZ so we skipped VT this winter
 

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Not a Vermonter but Me and the wife are going to central Vermont on a little weekend road trip in January. Do you guys have any cool things to see/do for non-skiers?
late reply I know. how was your getaway? where did you stay? what did you do? we were going to try fatbiking last February but it was rainy & icy. this winter Daughter is off to NZ so we skipped VT this winter
We stayed at a place called the lake Bomoseen lodge in castleton It was a very cold weekend. Right around -5 degrees all day ha. But we explored the state. Went through the green mountains. Went to sugarbush farm and got some maple syrup. We mostly just explored. Most of the things were close for some reason
 

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Most of the things were close for some reason
probably why downhill skiing is so popular in the winter
Yea but it was strange. Places that said they were open online and what not. Wasn’t open. Vermont’s biggest candy store was not very large and awkwardly quiet and there was a maple syrup museum was closed even though their website said they were open. It’s deffinately a skiers state during the winter. I might go back in spring when some of the class 5 roads are open and the syrup is running. It’s an absolutely beautiful state. One of the most beautiful state Iv seen on the east coast
 

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might go back in spring when some of the class 5 roads are open and the syrup is running
class 5? is that unpaved? Spring is mud season up there. youtube search videos & you'll see what I mean. yeah pretty state lots to see & do in summer & fall. there's a great bike trail partly unpaved up North of Burlington I highly recommend if you're into biking. daughter showed us the Red Rocks cliffs this year
 

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Yea. I get confused between Vermont and New hampshier. One has Class 6 roads or Class 5 roads and one has Class 4. They’re basically unmaintained roads that are owned by the state. But they are still technically roads. They usually make for some interesting trails
 
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