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places to see

Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 1:45 am
by goinggone
hello every one,
I will be visiting Vermont the 11-14 looking for some places near Woodstock. Any suggetsions. Been looking at Route 100.

Re: places to see

Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 9:36 am
by goinggone
I was thinking of some back roads with awesome colors. I hear it has been an early season. I would like to some lakes/ponds with foilage. Any thing people could suggest would be great. Thank you in advance.

Re: places to see

Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 3:18 pm
by pwt54
I hesitate to send folks on back roads. Hate to get them lost. The main roads including routes 100,110,14, and 12 between route US 4 and route US 2 should be good. I fyou do route 110 look for the Whitney Hill Road on the west side of route 110 about 1 mile about Tunbridge Village. There is a beautiful round barn on that road. Finish the Whitney Road to the Dickerman Road and turn right to get back to route 110. Got back a few pages and look for my "route 14 and eastcentral vermont" post and my "challenging roads" post for some more ideas.

Re: places to see

Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 3:38 pm
by ixl
Has Woodstock come along that much in the last few days?

I posted earlier this week and the consensus seemed to be that Woodstock wouldn't be that great this weekend. I was hoping to go up there on Sunday/Monday with a friend if it is okay... --c

Re: places to see

Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 4:01 pm
by pwt54
Woodstock probably won't be peak right now but the roads I've mentioned will be early to start but will pick up quickly. I did forget to mention the floating bridge on route 65 in Brookfield. You can reach it from either route 12 or 14.

Re: places to see

Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 4:20 pm
by ixl
Thanks pwt.

How will the (in)famous Jenne Farm be, any idea? I should check my topo map. It's a cliche but I have seen so much of the state now that I want a shot of it. :) --c

Re: places to see

Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 4:53 pm
by pwt54
Jumping Jeezum, Charles. I'm working right now. I ain't got no time to go galivanting around. ;)
When i was there last spring there were 6 cars parked there and I was the only Vermonter there.One car was from California. I plan to be wandering down in that area this weekend seeing how the snow geese aren't at Dead Creek yet. By the way, a while ago I said that the Jenne Road was 2.3 miles south of South Woodstock. After checking my atlas and notes I think it's 3.2 mile south of South Woodstock.