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June 02, 2005

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Sue

WONDERFUL post! Thank you very much for this terrific guide to NE backroads ... it is one of my dream vacations! Not to mention that I would also be looking for big moose!!!

Jeff Wignall

Hi Sue, You're very welcome :) Feel free to email me if you're ever looking for specific places to visit in New England. And once you get about halfway up into Vermont, New Hampshire or anywhere inland in Maine, the moose are waiting for you. Just be sure you see them first! jeff

Sue Mahoney

Think we have been lost there coming and going to Canada, the Vermont Castings Store, and skiing! Often wondered what it would be like to inhabit such a place!

Carol Marsh

Hi Jeff,

I found it !! This is only about 50 miles from where we will be staying so we will make it a point to visit it. I was sad that the face in the notch had fallen. I also have picture of it on two different visits. I love New England and look forward to every visit. Vermont is a wonderful state to photograph.

Carol

mh

I love Route 16 in New Hampshire. The Thirteen Mile Woods and the Jackson area are especially nice. And Gorham has the feel of a true outback town. Route 100 is great, too, but like Route 16, it can get pretty crowded during fall foliage season.

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