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Subject: Re: Ever been to the NY Finger Lakes Date: 10/4/2012 5:16 PM
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My dw has planned a route for next week: 800 some miles from Boston to Lenox / Berkshires, up to the White Mountains, then over to the coast and back down to Boston. 10 days to cover an 800 mile loop.

Landing in Boston at 06:00a.m. have breakfast, see something, then drive to Lenox. I imagine we need to be outta Boston by sometime to avoid pm traffic and make Lenox before dark?
A few days later, drive to the White Mountains. "Stay in Woodstock" Do stuff around there.

Then over to the coast.... I see on her scratchpad include, Portland? Ogunquit? Kennebunk? Gloucester?

Any tips appreciated.

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