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Old 09-25-2012, 08:30 PM   #1
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Halifax, N.S. to Brampton, Ont. Through the US.

Anybody have any thoughts on the route I've planed? I'm wondering about road conditions and that sort of thing. We'll be leaving Halifax on 31st Oct 12, arriving in Brampton, Ont. on or about the 2nd Nov 12.

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Lots of toll roads but probably the fastest route.
We made that trip two or three times a year for 30 years.
Another route less tolls, slightly less distance and making use of cheaper US gas...
St Stevens, Bangor, Burlington, Rouses Point, cross back into Canada at Cornwall.
Another route, is to take the Trans Canada all the way through Quebec, slightly more miles, expensive fuel and straight forward except for the 40 miles through Montreal, never good any time of the day or night.
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Lots of toll roads but probably the fastest route.
We made that trip two or three times a year for 30 years.
Another route less tolls, slightly less distance and making use of cheaper US gas...
St Stevens, Bangor, Burlington, Rouses Point, cross back into Canada at Cornwall.
Another route, is to take the Trans Canada all the way through Quebec, slightly more miles, expensive fuel and straight forward except for the 40 miles through Montreal, never good any time of the day or night.
Thanks I'll check that other route out on MS S&T. I wanted to avoid the Northren route through Quebec in general, and Montreal specifically. I'll have to do it for the road home, but if I can get away from doing it twice, thats the route I'll go.
I was just wondering if there was anybody here that had road info, and weather for that time of year. I'm thinking it will all be ok, but it doesn't hurt to ask.
Thanks for you thoughts,
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Lots of toll roads but probably the fastest route.
We made that trip two or three times a year for 30 years.
Another route less tolls, slightly less distance and making use of cheaper US gas...
St Stevens, Bangor, Burlington, Rouses Point, cross back into Canada at Cornwall.
Another route, is to take the Trans Canada all the way through Quebec, slightly more miles, expensive fuel and straight forward except for the 40 miles through Montreal, never good any time of the day or night.

Had a look at the route you proposed, we're going to give that one a go.
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