There Are, Therefore, Two Great Ways Of Access To Vermont
From The States South Of It; One Up The Connecticut River On The
Eastern Side, And The Other Along The Shores Of Lake George And Lake
Champlain On The Western Side.
There are roads across the Green
Mountains also, leading from the eastern portion of the state to the
All this can be seen by looking upon any map of Vermont.
Marco and Forester went up by the Connecticut river. The road lay
along upon the bank of the river, and the scenery was very pleasant.
They traveled in the stage-coach; for there were very few railroads in
The country was cultivated and fertile, and the prospect from the
windows of the coach was very fine. Sometimes wide meadows and
intervales extended along the river, - and at other places, high hills,
covered with trees, advanced close to the stream. They could see, too,
the farms, and villages, and green hills, across the river, on the New
On the second day of their journey, they turned off from the river by
a road which led into the interior of the country; for the village
where Forester's father resided was back among the mountains. They had
new companions in the coach too, on this second day, as well as a new
route; for the company which had been in the coach the day before were
to separate in the morning, to go off in different directions.
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