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The Vermont Country Store
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Purveyors of the Practical and Hard-to-Find Since 1946
Purveyors of the Practical and Hard-to-Find Since 1946

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Our grandfather, Vrest Orton, was a prolific man of letters, corresponding with many fascinating Americans. None other than President Dwight Eisenhower, wrote him this letter in 1955. We're sure the box of New England favorites was mailed to the President right away!
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How do you do your 'do? Hair styling sure has come a long way from the days of sleeping in these pink curlers! What's your favorite hair styling tool these days? #TBT
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Our grandparents, Vrest and Mildred, share an intimate moment, 1938. It was in their loving home that The Vermont Country Store started over 70 years ago. Happy Valentine's Day to you and those you love!
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We got walloped, so the handy shovel is our best friend today! How about you?
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You can't go wrong with a little bubby and chocolate to celebrate true love. We've got these and lots more in store! What's your favorite gift to give and receive on Valentine's Day?
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A snow day is a great day to take the long way home — over the river and through the woods! #snowday
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We're fired up for the big game here at The Vermont Country Store! It's Patriot country up our way. Who are you rooting for, the Pats, Falcons, or the ads?
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A glorious view of winter in Vermont through the eye of the artist at The Vermont Country Store. Wish you were here!
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There's no place like home -- the Orton family home in Weston, Vt.
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Nothing takes away the winter chill better than sitting by a warm fire. Our founder, Vrest Orton, here by the fireplace in his home in Weston, wrote “The Forgotten Art of Building a Good Fireplace” so anyone could enjoy a hearth in their own home. It’s as useful today as it was when it was first published in 1969. Learn more at http://bit.ly/artoffireplace #TBT
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