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Driving from coastal Maine to St. Gaudens Historical Site, Cornish NH

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What would be the best route from coastal Maine (anywhere) to Cornish NH to visit the St. Gaudens site in mid-Sept. I will then drive to Albany NY. Would US 93 and NH 11 to NH 12 be a good route? I hate to take expressways all the way to Lebanon and would like some suggestions. Also if any interesting stops.

I think I will have to spend a night on the road between ME and Albany but there doesn't seem to be much around Cornish except inns, expensive, and who do not like dogs. Maybe do it in one day?

I am enjoying all the posts on coastal Maine, especially yours, dfrost. I am coming from Albany across VT and NH through Keene to Portsmouth, then one night in Brunswick, two nights in Glen Cove (Rockland), three nights in Bar Harbor, and one night in Lubec to pay respects to Mrs. Roosevelt. I thought it would be nice to return to Michigan by visiting the St. Gaudens museum. Wyeth, Eleanor, St. Gaudens, lobster - what could be better?

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