BOSTON (AP) — Gov. Charlie Baker is taking a short break after spending his first ten weeks in office.

But he’s not getting away from the snow.

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The governor’s office says Baker, his wife Lauren and their three children are taking a family vacation to Utah, where they plan to go skiing while staying in the Salt Lake City area.

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The governor is scheduled to leave Tuesday night and will return to Massachusetts on Sunday.

Baker has spent much of his early tenure dealing with the consequences of record snowfall in Boston and around the state. He leaves as state lawmakers are working on a spending bill that includes $50 million to replenish the Department of Transportation’s snow removal budget.

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