I spent my first few days touring Vermont this fall, so here's my suggestion -- go anywhere, you can't go wrong. From my small experience, finding an ugly or boring road or town in Vermont is harder than finding good Mexican food there (which hints at my only complaint about Vermont). The man-made landscape is old, weathered, human-scaled and all the more beautiful for it. The natural environment is colorful, finely textured, graceful and moody. I've been to most regions of the US, but I'd take another week or month in Vermont over anyplace else, including the Rockies, the West Coast, and the South. Those regions have splendid destinations, but miles of drab landscape of tacky sprawl in between. In Vermont, everything I saw contributed to the pictures I visualized. Everything fits there, in the most compelling way. So have fun. My only caution there is that sunny days don't come that often and may not last, so use the light well while it's there.