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Subject: Re: Take your vacation at home Date: 3/21/2005 9:45 PM
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Bravo, Kath!

We're doing that, too. We want to eventually "eat our way across the USA" -- as we put it -- staying in inns and B&B's along the way. This May, we hope to take a jaunt up into Ontario and across to the upper peninsula of Michigan and down into that state to "look around". (We've done the southern thing, exploring most all of the states east of the Mississippi, and over into Texas and Oklahoma, so we want to try the "northern route" next -- out into the Dakotas, Montana, Idaho, etc.

Yes, there's a lot to see nearby. (With gas going higher and higher, why not save a few bucks, too?)

Off season is great if you're retired, too. (The coast of Maine can be wonderful in April or early May, before the kids get out of school, and while rates are dirt cheap, for example.)

Enjoy!

Vermonter
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