The solid black lines show the paved country roads and the dashed lines are major gravel roads. These paved country roads are great rides. They have that back road country feel, and because the trees are close to the road, foliage viewing is very good. The only down side is that the road names are not listed.
On the way home we stopped at gas station in Danville, like we always do, I went inside to see what new maps or books they have. Last year I got the Jimapco Vermont road atlas there. Today I got a wonderful Jimapco NEK MAP, wish I had it before. It's not easy finding some of those wonderful ponds etc that people on this forum talk about.
For example, one of the drives starts with an unpaved portion on a forestry road. What kind of cars can travel it? Is it subject to washouts? You won't know from reading this tome.
No real recommendations of where to stop and view the scenery.
No side trips.
If you are looking for scenic drive recommendations, this site is far better than that book. And you just cannot beat the price!
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