The Auction opens on June 25, 2007.
(History and Classic Charm in The States)
The Auction is exclusive to the Travel e-Newsletter subscribers.
So you can find the auction in the Monday email.
You may sign up for the email and bid on the auction immediately,that is, if you are not a current email subscriber.
Current emailsubscribers should access the Auction via the email.
There will be hints throughout the duration of the Auction to let you know the location of the property.
So check this Forum in the Community throughout the next
few days to learn more!
The lighthouse and lobsters look like Maine. Or is that just to throw us off track?
I'll still guess New England, based on the blackout dates coinciding with Fall foliage.
Looks like the Portland Head light to me, so I'm with you on Maine.
Try Vermont -- as in The Inn at Weatherfield ...
This location shares itsborder with only one other state.
has to be Maine, but when I tried to search properties nothing came up
It has to be Maine because Vermont has 2 other states it shares borders with.
Sorry it share borders with maine, mass and NY so Vermont is out. I couldnt find any properties listed so it must be a fall only special listing.
This is an interesting puzzle, since it must be Maine. Yet there do not appear to be any properties in the LL portfolio located in that state. Well, I hope this indicates a change!
By the way, Vermont borders New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New York, as well as Quebec (Canada).