All Our Coolest Roads Are Unpaved
If you’re giving anyone driving directions in Vermont, unless they’re travelling exclusively on the Interstates, sooner or later your directions will include the phrase, “…and that’s where the pavement ends.” This is where I live. This is where the real Vermont begins.
Approximately 6,000 of Vermont’s 14,000 miles of maintained roads are dirt. I believe it’s the highest percentage in the country. Yee-Haw!
And here’s one of my all-time favorite unpaved roads; I hope to be visiting there tonight:
Now race on over to SHOW MY FACE. Call Me Cate‘s waiting for you!