Stowe British Invasion

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  • 29 Jul 2013 8:38 AM
    Message # 1353579
    Ken Stone (Administrator)
    Thinking of heading to Stowe in September.  Does anyone have lodging recommendations?  Others planning to go?  Caravan up?
  • 29 Jul 2013 9:04 AM
    Reply # 1353606 on 1353579
    Deleted user
    Quite a few stay at the Stowe Motel & Snowdrift and it happens to be just oposite the show on route 108
  • 29 Jul 2013 11:41 AM
    Reply # 1353710 on 1353579
    Ken Stone (Administrator)
    Thanks Pete. 
  • 29 Jul 2013 6:34 PM
    Reply # 1354041 on 1353579
    Deleted user
    I usually leave marlboro around 8am Friday and travel nice twisty backroads and numbered routes.The first real walk around stop at about noon-1pm at the queechee gorge antique mall.From there grab a quick bite and head up RT12 to Stowe,arriving at about 4 or so.It is quite often that I've run into certain club members,who will remain unmentioned,at the antique shop plowing down cheese samples.
  • 05 Aug 2013 12:27 AM
    Reply # 1358442 on 1353579
    Jackie & I are staying in a condo at Mountainside Resort again this year.  Making it a mini-vacation, planning on driving up the twistie roads on Wednesday and then back on Sunday.


  • 13 Aug 2013 8:37 PM
    Reply # 1364604 on 1353579

    Heading up Friday,having breakfast in Ludlow.than taking Route 100 to Stowe. Staying at the Grey Fox.


  • 17 Aug 2013 8:03 AM
    Reply # 1368426 on 1353579
    Ken Stone (Administrator)
    Linda and I are heading up Thursday from Plymouth, probably late morning.  Staying at the Stowe Motel & Snowdrift.  Will be taking 93 & 89 up.  Probably stop for a break either in Lebanon or White River Junction.  
  • 18 Aug 2013 10:49 AM
    Reply # 1368871 on 1353579
    Ken Stone (Administrator)
    Looking at the different ways folks are heading up has me thinking about hopping off 89 at 4 and then driving up 100 to Stowe.  My guesstimate is that it would add about an hour or an hour and one half to the drive.  Concern is that my wife is coming along and has mentioned that she hopes it "isn't going to be a 6 hour drive".  In the interests of domestic peace and the hopes that she might actually continue to want to go on these longer runs, can anyone give me an idea of how much extra time that would take and how twisty / scenic is that part of Rte. 100?
  • 20 Aug 2013 12:40 AM
    Reply # 1369956 on 1353579

    Hey Ken,

    Taking RT 4 to RT 100 would add about an hour to your trip.

    We choose to take RT 495N to RT 117W in Bolton, then RT 190N to RT 2W.  We then take RT 140N in Gardner to RT 12N into and across NH, and then cross into VT at Bellows Falls.  Then it's RT 5N to RT 103N to Ludlow, then RT 100N all the way to Stowe.  That route would be about an hour and a half longer than the interstate route.  Last year, RT 100 between Granville and Waitsfield was still a bit rough due to damage from Irene.  They plan to repave it, but I'm not sure if it's been done yet.  Other than that, RT 100 is a great twisty route.  Jackie takes her Bonine and she enjoys it too!



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  • 21 Aug 2013 8:31 PM
    Reply # 1371503 on 1353579
    Ken Stone (Administrator)
    Thanks Rick.  See you up there. 
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