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Maine in Late May

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I am getting the itch to plan a family trip to Maine for May 2013. Both DS and SIL are in school so the only possible time would be the week before and up to Memorial Day. None of us have ever been to that area (coming from the Midwest) and I was hoping someone could tell me what we might expect from the weather, activities, etc.

And are there black flies? I only ask because over 30 years ago we took a vacation to northern Minnesota that same week (and for the same reason!) and the black flies made us miserable.

I'd love to rent a house (VRBO?) since there will be five of us so any info on that would be greatly appreciated.

Actually, any information at all would be very helpful! Thanks!

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