Perhaps this is not the only area of the country that has this problem, but this is for sure a good one. If you live in the Boston area and like to go up to ski country North on I-93, you're not going to be able to make it on a day trip without a supercharger. There are none planned on this route. I see one at what appears to be Lebannon, NH and some on I-95 towards Maine, but they are way out of that way. You could potentially go to Killington or Okemo with that (I am just assuming but it might be tight going up and down the mountains in very cold weather, perhaps with a roof rack), but there are tons of places up I-93 that you can't even try. In addition I-93 is basically a prime route to Canada/Montreal, and now has a 70mph limit all the way to the border, which means even less range per charge. This is looking like a non-Tesla route for the foreseeable future (past 2015). I think this might have changed as well, I thought when I looked at the supercharger map last year there would be one near Concord, NH on I-93. Unfortunately doesn't look like it now. And no none of the many mountains I have been to have I seen any EV spots, usually you have to park and secondary parking lots with no utilities or buildings what-so-ever, so charging while you ski is just not possible right now.