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DEER ISLE, MAINE - JULY 04: A 1937 Chevy is driven in the 4th of July parade through downtown on July 04, 2019 in Deer Isle, Maine. Deer Isle and the surrounding area rely heavily on the lobster business, which has seen a surge in lobsters being trapped in recent years as studies show that since 1982 the temperatures in the Gulf of Maine have warmed about 2.3 degrees Fahrenheit and the warmer water have helped increase the lobster populations. There is concern though among scientists that further higher in-shore water temperatures could push smaller lobsters farther offshore to deeper, cooler waters, or northward into the cooler Canadian waters which could disrupt the Maine lobster business over time. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The 4th of July weekend is upon us, and with the Coronavirus crisis still putting a damper on things, summer plans have changed.


Or have they? Is the Governor’s latest update enough to spur you to travel? Were you planning on traveling anyway? Or are you still in stay-at-home, play-it-safe mode? Vote below, and make sure no matter what you do this weekend, you take us with you.