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    Quote Originally Posted by rockin rex
    Nothing like the access road. Mother Shapiros has best food. Long trail Inn best Bar.
    Yup to name a few. The Long Trail is a great stop over for the AT. We usually make it a point to eat at the Gristmill or breakfast down at the Suger Shack.

    Sorry MA guys, I just can't stand driving 84- :lol

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    Are any of you folks from SW CT go by the name of Coleman? IF so, PM me.
    Every landscape which is dreary enough has a certain beauty to my eyes, and in this instance
    its permanent qualities were enhanced by the weather. H.D. Thoreau

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    Well, let see. According to yahoo maps, it's 1498 miles from my front door to the Glen House. Which takes approx. 24 hrs. and 50 mins. non stop of course. A drive we make once a year.
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    Brad - The flagpole is still flying the colors proudly - every once in a while some yahoo decides to make an issue that a flagpole in the middle of main street is a safety hazard. We even have a large "summer" flag and a small "winter" flag. It's front page news every spring when the flag is changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSR88D
    Well, let see. According to yahoo maps, it's 1498 miles from my front door to the Glen House. Which takes approx. 24 hrs. and 50 mins. non stop of course. A drive we make once a year.
    Wow - that is quite a trek. I am looking to head to maine for a weekend March 17-18. It would be nice to get back into Tux then to take pictures ...
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    I'm not sure on the distance but it's an hour flight or ten hour drive.
    That was rather ingenious of me.

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    I drive about 12 hours 2-3 times a year from Pittsburgh to climb in the Whites. My daughter is going to UNH next year so I should be around more often.

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    Cool, I should send my Son and Daughter to college in NH then I could be there more often. Too bad I have to wait about 10 years!
    Steve
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    at least once a year from Rhode Island

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    Nonstop and no traffic a little over 2 hours, alot better than it was driving from Baltimore the last few years when I lived down there
    NH is it
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