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Goshen, Vermont

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Located in Addison County, Goshen was granted by the Vermont legislature in 1782 as what is known as a "flying" grant, which at its most basic means one without any boundaries. The boundaries of Goshen were finally established in 1798, although they underwent some tweaking later on.

The origins of the name Goshen are thought to either be Goshen, Connecticut, or the biblical Goshen, the area in Egypt where Moses and company spent 400 years before heading off for the promised land.

Mountainous and wooded, much of Goshen lies within the Green Mountain National Forest.

 

Restaurants:

Blueberry Hill Inn - The Inn, with its early 1800's charm, gives you a sense of traditional country living in a warm and informal atmosphere. Each room is artistically fashioned with antiques, warm quilts and private bath. The aromas of the open kitchen, focal point of the Inn, will entice you to some imaginative gourmet cooking.

 

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