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September 3, 2022
Waitsfield, VT

Julia & Andrew

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What's the best way to get there?

Answer

If coming from NY or MA and you find yourself on I-89N, we recommend overshooting Waitsfield, VT and exiting at Middlesex (exit 9) to get on Rt. 100 South to reach the Inns and venue (avoiding Roxbury VT and the somewhat treacherous "Roxbury gap"). Your GPS may disagree, but your car will thank you in the long run and the extra miles aren’t much of a difference time-wise. If traveling from KY, NJ or NY on the scenic route (Taconic), stick to Rt. 100 N when you get close to the Killington area, which is about 44 miles south of Waitsfield, and this detour doesn't apply.

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Are you providing transportation?

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We will be providing buses to and from the wedding on Saturday for guests staying at the Warren Lodge and the Mad River lodge. Guests staying in close proximity to those lodges are also welcome to walk or drive to either of those inns if they'd like a ride. IMPORTANT: please note that there are no Ubers or taxis in the area. We encourage you to take the bus or drive with a designated driver.

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Is there parking at the venue?

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Yes, there is plenty of parking at the Inn at Round Barn Farm. If you are driving back after the wedding, please have a designated driver and be safe!!

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What time should I arrive on Saturday?

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If you are arranging your own transportation to the venue, please arrive at 3:30 or no later than 3:45pm. The ceremony will begin promptly at 4pm.

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What kind of weather should I expect?

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The weather in New England is never predictable, so bring options! It can get chilly at night in Waitsfield, so we'd recommend bringing a jacket or wrap to the wedding just in case.

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