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Best Foliage Drive in New England?

Best Foliage Drive in New England?
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3 Responses to Best Foliage Drive in New England?

  1. Rosalie Cooksey September 4, 2008 at 11:48 am #

    Great story for this part of Vermont. I am hoping you will do the same for The Lakes Region partially in Southern Vermont. Keep up the good work!

  2. Robert Skibniewski September 17, 2008 at 10:13 pm #

    We have been up to “Jeff” and the surrounding area many times and highly recommend spending time up there. The scenery is GREAT and the local people are fantastic and the food is the best in New England. Can’t wait to get back there to enjoy again.
    Robert Skibniewski
    Cheektowaga, New York.

    PS Hi Tom, Nancy and the kids.

  3. Nina Foley April 28, 2012 at 4:03 pm #

    I plan on coming to New England for about 7+ days with a friend and my mother. We are flying into Boston, renting a car and then free to do what we like. We all love nature, seeing the sites and not sitting to still for very long so we can take it all in. We have had one suggestion of going south to Newport, Cape Cod etc. The other to go north Bar Harbor, White Mountains, Green Mountains, Berkshires and back to Boston. I guess there is no way to get it all in one trip, will give us an excuse to come back! But any suggestions would be great! Mom is in great shape and loves to get around, just FYI….

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