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dc to montreal to middlebury to dc

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DS#2 is going off to Middlebury College in Vermont in September. I will never be able to retire. We are thinking of driving up 81 to Montreal and returning on 87, stopping to see Middlebury, drop off son, and begin our lives without resident children. At leat two full days of driving. Two days in Middlebury. Leaves three days in Montreal. I'm thinking B&B's. But I'm wondering if maybe Montreal is too much. Maybe better to just explore Vermont. Go on the Ben and Jerry Factory Tour. Get ice cream in a cup. Swim in Lake Champlain. Kayak and bike someplace. Go to a concert, see a museum. Hike. Read. We could always meet DS#2 in Montreal at some time in the future. Unless he flunks out. Which would certainly lower our tuition costs. What would you do?

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