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      Northeast USA snow areas

      Vermont Yesterday

      I want to take my two nieces, ages 18 and 13, to someplace "up north" in the USA to see snow over the Christmas break. I have skied in years past but no more. And the girls have never skied. So that is not an activity to consider. Just want to fly into a decent main stream airport and not have to drive too far to get to perhaps a ski resort where even if there is no real snow, we will still have the artificial fluff. :-) Vermont offers some darling villages with covered bridges but those are about 2 hours from any airport. Perhaps that will be the case with any of the "guaranteed" snow areas.......a bit of a drive from an airport. So, I am relying on my team of VT experts to point me in the right direction. I am thinking 3-4 nights at a hotel / resort. I don't mind driving. Just don't want to spend much of the vacation behind the wheel. Snow boarding, taking cable cars to the top of a mountain, sledding, horse drawn carriage rides........bring 'em on.

      Have thought of Vermont, Maine, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New York etc

       

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    • Camping with the Dogs

      by kents11700 Online Now May 20, 2004 at 7:32 AM

      I have reservations at Camping on the Battenkill in arlington, vt, where I have gone camping with my family since I was very young. This is my second year going up there with my boyfriend, but this year we have two dogs that will be traveling with us. THe have plenty of energy and are still young, so exercise is a must and we wated to take them hiking a few times whie we are there. Are there any good hiking trails nearby that will allow us to bring the dogs?