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  1. #2026
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    ETA PTT


    ^^ c'mon! mniaw said 'for vt'

    how many 'towns' in VT have you passed through that are little more than a traffic light, a gas station and maybe a small eatery?

    londonderry also had a full size supermarket and thai food (assuming place is still open - i sadly never made it to magic or bromley this season)

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    Yeah, I caught the VT part after the fact... but nope. Could possibly have been referred to as a Whistle Stop. Alas, no whistle

    Could we settle on village?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gepeto View Post
    Not stirring the cauldron... but ostensibly, a "Metro" area usually has a subway or train station
    Londonderry has a train station. It's not operating any more but it has one.

    Nowhere in the Census Bureau's definition of a metropolitan area does it mention rail service.

    Londonderry doesn't qualify according to that definition but in Vermont, we do things a bit differently....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsAugustWest View Post
    ...but in Vermont, we do things a bit differently....
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckethead View Post
    ETA PTT


    ^^ c'mon! mniaw said 'for vt'

    how many 'towns' in VT have you passed through that are little more than a traffic light, a gas station and maybe a small eatery?

    londonderry also had a full size supermarket and thai food (assuming place is still open - i sadly never made it to magic or bromley this season)
    If it's got a traffic light*, I don't know that it counts as a little town anymore.

    *: I'm inclined to allow a flashing light but could be convinced that it's a slippery slope.

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    Londonderry only has a flashing light at the corner of VT11 and VT100

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsAugustWest View Post
    Londonderry only has a flashing light at the corner of VT11 and VT100
    So it's kinda like Stockbridge in that respect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    So it's kinda like Stockbridge in that respect.
    And yet no one has ever referenced the “greater Stockbridge metro area”.

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    Is Rawsonville a village of L-Derry?
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    Rawsonville is part of the greater Bondville metro area.
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    "She was tossing her bean salad with the vigor of a Drunken Pop princess so I walked out of the corner and said.... "need a hand?"" - Odin
    "everybody's got their hooks into you, fuck em....forge on motherfuckers, drag all those bitches across the goal line with you." - (not so) ill-advised strategy

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    East Coast Roll Call 23/24_The Guns Are Blowing

    Hmm, it’s not in West Jamaica either?
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    Rawsonville is a village of Jamaica

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    ha! *this* is why killington needs to run the SSQ *every* day in may

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    ^ It was raining out all morning and now the black flies are unbearable so couldn't do anything outside today.

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    ^ i was blaming gepeto for getting me started.

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    Couple skiing Steins at 10 pm yesterday, avoidance of glide cracks was well done.


    Word is the Northern Lights could show tonight
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    Northern Lights are hitting on the midcoast now. Hope folks have clear skis for the show.

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    My son is in Plattsburgh right now. He went out looking for them last night and caught this in the Chazy area

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    It’s been cloudy down here but I took a shot and headed up into Harriman State Park for a drive last night. I found clear skies and maybe just the faintest glow on the horizon (might have been my imagination) but no real show.

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    ^ I've seen pictures from the Florida panhandle. What time were you looking? If it was before 9:00, it probably wasn't going off yet.

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    not much to complain about. YET
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    Last weekend for night skiing there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsAugustWest View Post
    ^ I've seen pictures from the Florida panhandle. What time were you looking? If it was before 9:00, it probably wasn't going off yet.
    It was between 11 and 12 or so. I think even though I had stars overhead, there was probably too much cloud cover north of me. It’s fine. I saw some spectacular northern lights back in the day in AK and on the Alaska Highway in northern Canada. It is imprinted on my brain. I’m glad my son got to see them though

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    Hikers rescued on Mount Washington 'not prepared' for conditions

    That headline will repeat until the end of time.

    https://www.newscentermaine.com/arti...8-e0dffefe0ef0

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    ^ that'snot even remotely original any more

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    random kid on last frame of my scene-vid
    k bumps were super-hero today and got big!
    soft/peel away snow top to bottom
    much fun cooked legs aplenty

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    Looking pretty fat at current time!!!

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