We’re supposed to be in Killington this weekend.
Maybe you’re supposed to be headed for your first weekend of skiing at Sunday River, Stowe, Sugarbush, or Bretton Woods. Or perhaps you’ve made the decision that current travel restrictions shouldn’t impede on your ability to make the fullest of Thanksgiving weekend.
There are decisions we all have to make over this holiday period, including whether to not to sacrifice time with our loved ones, never mind spending time on the slopes. Maybe you can’t get to Vermont, or perhaps you can’t get back from New Hampshire or Maine without quarantine. They are all major headaches that probably won’t be, in some part, lifted until at least the end of next month.
Vermonters can go wherever they please, as long as they quarantine when they return home. Massachusetts natives can freely visit New Hampshire, but they have to sit out two weeks, or get a test, upon return. Anyone from the Bay State that wants to visit Maine or Vermont is required to follow the same protocol. Granite Staters can go back and forth to Maine without any issue.