My go-to eclipse site is http://www.eclipsewise.com/solar/SEgmapx/2001-2100/SE2024Apr08Tgmapx.html. Click on a location to see local eclipse timing, duration of totality, altitude and azimuth of sun, and more. It can even convert times to EDT.
Northern NH and VT will have the sun at about 40° altitude and 235° azimuth. So don't pick a site at the base of a mountain to the southwest!
I was surprised to see this headline Thursday in my local paper The Caledonian Record: "Bethlehem Prepares For 2024 Total Solar Eclipse, And Big Crowds
Informational Event Scheduled For June 21 At The Colonial Theatre."
They are taking it pretty seriously on the state level with a law proclaiming "Solar Eclipse Day", and a state task force and the state marketing agency involved. Even mention of the state ordering 200,000 pairs of higher quality eclipse glasses.