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Smugglers Notch

Discussion in 'US - Eastern States Timesharing' started by rjlafferty, Sep 25, 2018.

  1. talkamotta

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    Im thinking of booking in the middle of May. We are spending 2 weeks in Maine and we have never been to that area. We are 65 and in average shape. I would think that would be off season is everything closed. How cold is it?
     
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    Mid-May on the coast of Maine where I'm at is kind of a crapshoot. It can be beautiful, or it can be cold and miserable. No snow, of course...you'll be past that! I am an eternal optimist, as tonyg and some of the others will tell you...so I'd say just do a little more planning. Many of the museums stay open year round, the ocean is beautiful no matter the weather, and the absence of leaves on the trees doesn't affect the mountain vistas. :) We've spent many April School Breaks at Smuggs, and are considering that next year as well. Great even in the off-season! Pack layers, and travel!

    Where are you going in Maine? That might help us offer more specific advice. Hope you'll enjoy my home state!
     
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    I actually love mid may in VT. Unless it is an absolutely brutal winter and spring it will be well out of mud season. There is something about the greens that time of year that I love. They seem to glow. I have no idea about smuggs but the general area will have most things open. The ski areas will be shut down but at least the other local attractions are open. There is a lot of rain that time of year, but then when isn't there in the mountains. As long as it isn't pouring we love hiking in the rain. That is a good excuse for the hot tub later.
     
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    I think he is talking about Maine- not VT.

    But- for Vermont- really the end of May- around Memorial Day- is pretty nice. The state parks open up. Smuggs will not have any activities going on. That happens the end of June.
     
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    Ah...... the title of the thread was smuggs so I translated thinking of booking as booking into into another week at smuggs in addition to the Maine weeks.
     
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