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Old 08-09-2016, 02:20 PM   #1
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Burlington, VT to Madison, SD

We are planning our trip home through Canada to Madison, SD from New England. My DW has a bad back and absolutely hates bumpy roads, so would appreciate comments and/or better alternatives to the route selected. We will be crossing near Burlington, VT, heading to Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, and Thunder Bay to Madison, SD. This trip will be in early October.

We will take from the border route 133 to Montreal, TC-20 to Quebec, TC-20 to TC-40 to TC-417 to Ottawa, then TC-417 to TC-17 to Thunder Bay.

In the states we will take route MN-61 to I-35 to I-90 to I-29. Have also looked at taking MN-23 across to US-14 to I-29.

John & Becky Perrella
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Old 08-14-2016, 03:27 PM   #2
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wow have you considered getting a back belt. i drove over the road for 35 yrs the belt does help put it on and velcro straps been yrs since i ran canada but most rds up there arent great. another possibility is an air ride seat from a semi will not beat her to death. you can pick them up on line depending on fabric for 500 to 800 bucks. really nice for the driver also.
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