States of Vermont and New Hampshire
Lake Champlain, a natural, fresh water lake located within the borders of the United States and Canada.
The Vermont and New York states and Quebec province are sharing the boundary of the lake.
The state of Vermont in the New England region has a population of about 620,000, making it the second
the least state in the number of residents. Vermont is known for Lake Champlain and Green Mountains,
which run north to south.
Vermont ranks first nationally in craft breweries per capita.
Statewide smoking ban in Vermont
Vermont anti-smoking law among nation's strictest;
Vermont is the seventh state in the country to ban smoking in cars carrying childrenand the sixth to outlaw
smoking in hotel rooms. Health Commissioner Dr. Harry Chen said Friday it's hoped that the latest expansion
of Vermont's anti-smoking laws will encourage smokers to quit and protect the health of people who are
around smokers, including children and hotel staff members who could be exposed to secondhand smoke.
The fines are up to $100. The new law, most of which took effect on July 1, 2014.
Source: The Washington Times, June 27, 2104
Beebe Plain forming the northern border for Vermont and dividing the Vermont and Quebec sides of the village
American flag in both sides of the street
A map of Vermont
(L) A peaceful country scene of Vermont in autumn color (R) A char in the river of Vermont
Autumn tinted Vermont mountains. Clean, cool air and a quiet world
(L) A sunset at Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest lake in New Hampshire (R) A postcard of Lake Winnipesaukee issued in 1920.
The lake is located in the center area of the state, 154 m above sea level. The maximum depth is 65m.
Statewide smoking ban in New Hampshire
Governor signed a bill banning smoking in restaurants, bars, and in cigar bars. The law came into effect in
September 2007. It exempts bars located within private clubs.
US Interstate 93 passes through the White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
Interstate 91 runs north-south direction between the Massachusetts border to the Canadian border, connecting
White River Junction and Newport
Interstate 93 is the main highway in New Hampshire, it runs north-south direction between the Massachusetts
border to Vermont border, through White Mountain National Forest.
A dinning room of the Woodstock Inn, New Hampshire
A framed plate on a table at the lobby of Inn says 'Thank you for not smoking'.
Forbidden clauses posted at the entrance of McDonald's shop.
A stand ashtray placed outside of the McDonald's, near the entrance.
A map of NewHampshire
A highway rest area along the Interstate 93, New Hampshire, and 'Thank you for not smoking' sign placed inside of building.
After crossing Charles River, and passed through the tunnel near the South Station, that is the downtown of Boston.
Charles River を渡り South Station 横のトンネルを抜けると、そこはもうボストンのダウンタウンだ
したニューハンプシャー州、Woodstock Inn は全室禁煙であり、レストランも全面禁煙であった。
Total Smoking Ban in USA and Canada
Condominium of California
State of Washington
USA and CANADA 2007
Arrival to Boston State of Maine to the Canadian Border Quebec City Autumn-tinted Quebec, Montreal Ottawa
Vermont and New Hampshire Boston Boston Railway Boston Subway Amtrak Acela Express Manhattan1
Manhattan2 New York Railway New York Subway and JFK Airport
USA and CANADA 2010
Washington, DC Ontario Michigan
British Columbia Alberta Trip to Canada 2011 Vancouver North Vancouver Whistler
Skytrain VIA train Jasper Icefield and Bow Summit Emerald Lake Lake Louise Banff Calgary
Edmonton Hospitals in BC and Alberta Tobacco control in B.C. and Alberta 2011
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All photographs were taken in October 2007, unless otherwise described.
The article was written in October 2007, and revised in November 2009,
and December 2014, by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.