Planning for Vermont for the Weekend 10/2

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mothernature
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Planning for Vermont for the Weekend 10/2

Post: # 1572Post mothernature
Wed Sep 29, 2004 11:33 am

Hi Friends,

Its time to enjoy mothernature.
Wanted a quick suggestion, I am planning for the vermont this weekend 10/2. Is this the right choice ? What places do I visit...

Thanks in anticipation
Regards
Mother Nature Lover


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Re: Planning for Vermont for the Weekend 10/2

Post: # 1573Post bm
Wed Sep 29, 2004 11:41 am

Yes, it's a good weekend for northern VT-as PWT54 mentioned in another post, anywhere from Route 2 north & east.
However, if you don't have lodging reservations, make them ASAP. Don't come up here w/o them!

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Re: Planning for Vermont for the Weekend 10/2

Post: # 1574Post mothernature
Wed Sep 29, 2004 12:31 pm

Thnks Buddy !

I really appreciate for the quick response.

Whats the name of the places in Vermont, should we be visiting ?
Whats the best town/city to visit this weekend
Any special recommendations ?

Thanks
Regards
Mother Nature Lover

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Re: Planning for Vermont for the Weekend 10/2

Post: # 1575Post pwt54
Wed Sep 29, 2004 12:50 pm

Route 100 from Stowe south to Hancock is turning fast. I would try the Stowe or Waitsfield area for lodging. I'd do route 100 north from either town to route 58 east in Lowell,Vt. Take route 58 east to route 14 south in Irasburg. Take route 14 south to route 15 east and turn left. Go to Hardwick village and turn right at the flashing light to continue route 14 south. When you get to East Montpelier go straight for route US 2 west for Montpelier. Go straigh to I-89 and take that back to either Stowe or Waitsfield. Colors are very good on those routes.


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