Help finding a good boarding facility in Northern Rhode Island

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    07-20-2010, 03:33 PM
Help finding a good boarding facility in Northern Rhode Island

I have about 28 on my list. Haha.
But this is because most of them don't have a website.

If you know of any places, please let me know.
And include the price of board if at all possible!

Thank you!
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    07-20-2010, 04:57 PM
Didnt you ask this on yahoo answers? You will have 2 tell us the name and wesbites for us to help you narrow it down.
    07-20-2010, 05:17 PM
Yes, I did. Haha

I'm just looking for people who may live in that area to give me suggestions.
Sorry if I confused people, but I'm not trying to get people to look at my options and help me decide.

Just want to know if anyone knows of good places in that area to add to my list/make me look more closely at one of the places already on my list.

I tried looking up reviews for some of the barns online, but those aren't always the best and I couldn't find many.


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