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I agree. Northern New England in May has a few nice sunny warm days, but many more chilly wet ones. We do not plant our gardens until Memorial Day. And then there are black flies until about July 4! Some campgrounds will be open after Memorial Day, and all of them by July 4.
We plan to ride from Key West, Florida to Maine by tandem starting in April. Looking at the ACA maps, it appears that we'll have to bring camping equipment although we plan to avoid camping whenever possible.. Will we have to include cooking equipment, or can we plan on finding restaurants and convenience stores?
I love weather, so I believe that going through some different storms will add some very memorable times to my trip. STORMS!!