The Residents

Lucky Jamieson grew up in Snowflake, Vermont where her parents ran the By the Spoonful Soup Shop on Broadway.  Eager to spread her wings and leave small town life behind, Lucky left to study theater arts at the University of Wisconsin.  But six years out of college, she found herself working not as a stage manager in the theater, but at a series of dead-end jobs. Her life, she realized, was going nowhere.  When her parents are killed in a car crash on an icy road, she returns home to Snowflake to learn she has inherited their business.  Devastated by their death and guilty she had stayed away for so many years, Lucky decides to continue running the Spoonful with her grandfather, Jack.

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About Vermont
Between 1777 and 1791, Vermont was an independent republic with its own coins and postal service. In 1791, it joined the Union, becoming the 14th state.

Vermont is the second smallest state in population. Montpelier is the smallest state capital and the only one without a McDonalds.

Ben & Jerry’s donates their ice cream waste to local farmers to feed to their hogs. It seems the hogs like every flavor but Mint Oreo.

Thinking about a trip to the Green Mountain State? Check out the Official State of Vermont Tourism Site

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