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VT/QC Border Crossing - Memorial Day Weekend

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Any idea which crossing(s) between Vermont and Quebec will be least crowded on the Friday afternoon of Memorial Day weekend?

I am going to Montreal from Boston, so I can use any of the crossings from I-91 over to I-87 (which I know is in NY!). I figure the I-87 crossing would be pretty busy, though.

FWIW, I crossed at Derby Line (through town) a couple of years ago on a Thursday or Friday in early August and we were the only car crossing at the time. We had stopped in town anyway and so were not avoiding the I-91 crossing, but I looked back at it when we got on the autoroute, and it did not seem to be very busy either. Of course, that was not the Friday of Memorial Day weekend!

I know I can look at wait times online if I have access to the Web when I am close to crossing, but I wanted to pick my route based on what generally would be the easiest crossing.

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