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Re: Re: Say Les....


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Posted by Donna on February 03, 2004 at 15:15:57 from (64.72.37.90):

In Reply to: Re: Say Les.... posted by Les on February 03, 2004 at 15:03:13:

Thanks for the comments. Believe it or not, the thing that first motivated my son-in-law to want to visit that part of the country was the fact that his favorite author, Steven King, was born in Maine. I love historical sites and museums, and I'm sure he will enjoy that kind of thing also. It's just that everybody says, "If you're going to New England, you MUST go in the fall when leaves are colorful." I was wondering how much a priority we should make of that. He'll be driving, once we land at whatever airport seems to be the most economical. I'm not wild about anything in Boston, myself. I just heard that flying there might be cheaper, since we're renting a car, than going to another airport closer to our destination.


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