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Best Attractions Vermont 2011

Best Attractions Vermont 2011
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by in May 2011

BEST LOCAL DISGUISE
Johnson Woolen Mills,
Johnson
The secret to looking like a real Vermonter? Plaid wool outerwear goes a long way, and this 169-year-old mill is your best bet for shirts, pants, and cozy jackets. 51 Lower Main St. East (Route 15). 802-635-7185; johnsonwoolenmills.com

BEST KITCHEN WOODENWARE
J. K. Adams Co.,
Dorset
Cutting boards, pizza peels, salad bowls–all crafted in Vermont and made to last. Full line of non-wooden kitchen items, too. 1430 Route 30. 800-451-6118, 802-362-4422; jkadams.com

BEST ECLECTIC GIFT SHOP
Unicorn,
Woodstock
Jeff Kahn hand-picks and jam-packs his shop with a splendiferous selection, ranging from pocket knives to kaleidoscopes to remote-control flying saucers. 15 Central St. 866-457-2480, 802-457-2480; unicornvt.com

BEST POTTERY
Waitsfield Pottery,
Waitsfield
Ulrike Tessmer, who learned her craft in Germany, has been making her distinctive hand-thrown and hand-painted pottery here for more than two decades. 4366 Main St. 800-496-7155, 802-496-7155; waitsfieldpottery.com

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