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Old 12-11-2009, 06:42 AM   #1
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Route Question Not Often Seen!!

Thought, at least, this could be kinda fun to talk about while we all wait for winter to abate. Let's see......

So,...I'm surfin around various forums this a.m. and under the FMCA Forums, (Outside U.S. Travel), a fella with the handle, "Hawkeye111," asked if anyone had any info or experience travelin from St. Anthony area, on the Northern most tip of Newfoundland, across to Labrador, then ferrying along the North shore of the St. Lawrence (Quebec side), until able to pick up a road route (maybe at Natashquan, QE) and continuing SW along that N. shore.

Now this fella posted a few weeks ago with no replies, and, like most, I suspect, I too, at first, kinda dismissed his inquiry as not do-able!! Thing is....he's re-kindled that wanderlust spark that I think many of us Rv'rs have, and now, I too am kinda wondering and day dreaming about whether his idea is possible.

Think about it,.....it would be one fabulous trip, wouldn't it?? What do ya think????????

Do any of you who occasionally yearn to see the "other side of the mountain," have any info related to this guy's idea??? OH!...apparently this couple travels in a Born Free, Built For Two.

Any trip planners, map lovers and/or dreamers out there????

Steve & Lynette

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Old 12-11-2009, 05:01 PM   #2
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Nice trip to think about, as I also love the water travel, but I think it is much too expensive for me.

We were in Maine last summer, headed towards Nova Scotia, and I started talking with some people about the ferry that travels from Portland, ME to Yarmouth, NS. I did a little research and as I remember, the three hour trip for the M/H was going to cost North of $1200. I also remember we were not allowed to be inside the coach during the trip. Don't know why.

I think I will stay on the highways and complain about my 8 MPG on the coach.

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