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Old 08-31-2011, 02:24 PM   #1
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Headed to the North East in a week?

Looking to do a 3 week trip starting in Mystic CT. and then towards Boston, up to Maine and then over to NH. (Mt. Washington), then VT.?? and LK. George area of NY.

With reports of storm damage looking for info on roads closed and any campgrounds closed as well?

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Old 08-31-2011, 02:33 PM   #2
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We are heading to Belfast Maine then Vermont starting on the 17th of Sept for 3-4 weeks. I have checked with Conn. Mass. NH. & Maine, state police and dept of trans. according to them the interstates are good the only real problems are in Vermont which seem to be from rt4 and south we stay in Randolph Center, I would check the specific areas in Vt you are staying in before traveling. Even if the interstates are good the side roads are the one that you will probably be using getting to the campground may be bad.

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Come on up! Everytime I think about going home something comes up to make it seem like a good idea to stay. Still in Wells Maine, finally leaving the day after Labor Day. Have fun.
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