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Posted by on Mar 1, 2009 in Northeast, Road Trips, Spring Break | 0 comments

A Yankee Spring Break


So maybe Spring Break is a time where everyone wants to get out, enjoy the sun, go to the beach and get a tan. However, if you’ve been doing that for many of your spring breaks, it may get quite old. Think about the other part of America; the Northern part. Why not go there? 

 

Reasons Why You WOULDN’T Want to Travel North:

1.Well, it’s cold.

2.You don’t know what you’d do.

3.You don’t have any sweaters.CHAUSS513

 

Reasons Why You SHOULD Travel North:

1.It won’t take time to find a place to stay.

2.It’s not the same as every other year.

3.You get to buy things you normally wouldn’t buy; i.e. a sweater.

 

The Answers To Your Unsolved Questions

Alright, so it’s cold. This is a very good reason to go, and not to go. Where you live is in a warm area, in fact it might just well be where everyone north goes for their spring break. So why not break out of the trend and go north where the moose roam? You have NO excuse not to go north anymore.

There are many places you can go up north. Many states have skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, sledding, ice skating, snowshoeing, ice fishing, snowball fights, building forts and snowmen. Actually, it seems that there may be more things to do north than there is south!

For girls, it’s a great chance to go buy new clothes for your trip as well. Girls can buy sweaters, jackets, scarves, hats, mittens, etc. Including that, they can bring some friends and buy the guys their clothes to make sure they look fashionable.  

 

North Isn’t So Bad After all

So maybe you’ll decide to travel north this year instead of the same old spring break. Just remember, you can find a resort anywhere that has their fake snow pumping on the mountains. You’ll never run out of things to do up north!

By Katie Schroepfer

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