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luke
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woodstock

Post: # 2272Post luke
Fri Oct 15, 2004 10:11 am

has anyone been to woodstock in the last couple of days. was looking for report of how the foliage looks at places like jenne farm etc. is it past peak


pwt54
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Re: woodstock

Post: # 2273Post pwt54
Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:32 am

I was there last Sunday and the trees around the farm were still early. The trees in the surrounding area were peaking and should still be good. The Jenne Road is 3.2 mile south of South Woodstock on the right side and half way down a long hill.

nehal
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Re: woodstock

Post: # 2274Post nehal
Fri Oct 15, 2004 12:16 pm

pwt54 - Then how would you rate Woodstock-Quechee area? Will they be past peak? I have a whole day of Monday to go. As suggested, we are trying Middlebury from the bridge over Champlain. How would you compare routes 125-100-4 to Woodstock with 7-4 to woodstock from E. Middlebury, with regards to foliage? Are they both equally off peak?

Sorry about the too many questions. and Thanks in advance.

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Re: woodstock

Post: # 2275Post pwt54
Fri Oct 15, 2004 5:55 pm

I can tell you that route 100 from route 125 south to route 4 is bare. The Champlain Valley has good color. That woild include route 125 as far as route 116, route US 7, and my favorite route 30. I was on route 4 in Killington last Sunday and it was marginal.I've heard that route 4 from Ny to Rutland was good. Woodstock was OK, but farther south on route 106 was better. I'd have to give the routes 125,US7, and US 4 the nod.


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