What’s so special about this guide?
It is published by a Vermonter who has spent 50 years traveling and living throughout the state. Born across the Connecticut River in Hanover, New Hampshire, raised in Hartland, educated in Woodstock and Burlington at The University of Vermont, vacationed in the North East Kingdom. I know and care about our beautiful state. It is important to me for small and large, owner operated  family businesses to thrive, survive and grow. I care about every business that advertises with me. My goal is to make a difference. Make a difference to the businesses who advertise, to the people in the communities, and to the travelers on our two major highways that lead to the cities and small towns of Vermont. Whether the travelers are out of the state, the country or Vermonters themselves, there are exciting and new adventures around every corner.

See what those in the know, say about the Vermont 89 and 91 Travel Guides…

“Great news to hear that the publishers of the very helpful Vermont 89 Travel Guide will soon make available a similar publication for Interstate 91!
Here at the Southeastern Vermont Welcome Center we have hoped for just such a booklet. These are so useful to visitors and Vermonters as well.  They provide interesting narrative combined with many options for dining, lodging, and things to do exit by exit. We’ll look forward to recommending the Vermont 91 Travel Guide to folks stopping in Guilford.”
-Wendy Randall,SE VT Welcome Center,Interstate 91 North Guilford, VT 

“We love Vermont 89! “
“I just wanted to let you know how favorable the comments are any time I speak with our staff in our welcome centers about your publication. It is so well received and popular! “-Cindy Roberts, Brochure Program Manager for the State of Vermont.  Fair Haven Welcome Center (pictured here on the right).

                Friendly folks at the Sharon Rest Area. North on I-89 near Exit 2.