Evansville Trading Post
In the rural Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, the Evansville Trading Post offers a rare venue for one-stop shopping. The large, red, barn-like building originally served as a Methodist church, but today the 5,000-square-foot store sells groceries in the main store; candles, pottery, and Native American crafts in the gift shop; and fishing, hunting, and camping supplies in the sporting goods section. On the second floor, clothes, footwear, and kitchen supplies are available. Saturday morning, the store becomes a recycling center and accepts almost anything.