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10-31-2010 09:35 AM
GREEN-MACHINE just go in , i do it all the time.
10-30-2010 11:02 AM
uselessllama
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Originally Posted by GREEN-MACHINE
mt graylock. theres a nice place in myles standish st forest . that lookout spot on rt 2 just before the hair pin turn. duxbury beach
Where in Myles standish? It says no offroad vehicles. I forget, is a jeep an ORV or a OHV?
10-26-2010 05:59 PM
uselessllama Thanks! Since Mt Greylock is about 3500ft and the highest point in Mass, that's probably where I'll end up going. Shame the shower is supposed to be at 3am, maybe I should just camp out there instead of having to worry about the drive.
10-26-2010 10:14 AM
GREEN-MACHINE mt graylock. theres a nice place in myles standish st forest . that lookout spot on rt 2 just before the hair pin turn. duxbury beach
10-25-2010 08:00 PM
uselessllama
Best place to watch a meteor shower?

Clearly the best place is to get away from the lights, get away from the cities, and in the middle of no where. To get as high as you can, so there's no trees blocking the view.

So, there's got to be some places in MA to do this, where would you recommend?

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