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Old 04-28-2015, 09:51 PM   #1
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Finally found my 5th wheel

I have found a really good 2006 cedar creek 37rdqs.I got my new silverodo 3500 duelly diesel today.Now i want to plan first trip.Im going to go out east coast of Canada.Anyone have a route from Toronto,that has all the don't misses on it.Is there places that I shouldn't go.Any hidden jems.Looking forward to our new fulltime adventure.I retired in March2015 and wife will follow in June.
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Congrats !!! But sorry I can not help with that part of the globe. I do know it is still chilly up north at night.

You will enjoy your new rig. Towing with that dually truck will be surprisingly easy.
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Don' t miss the NB east coast. To many just drive on the Fundy coast and miss the wonders of NB with the warmest beaches north of Virginia
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We flew to Manchester NH and picked up a rental car last May. Went up to Moncton, BC and to Halifax, NS. Then we drove as far as the roads would go on Cape Breton Island.

We were disappointed that all the Celtic musicians don't show up until July. Many hotels were just opening up, and there were very few tourists.

Although Halifax is a very popular city and port, it didn't bowl us over.
Cape Breton is pretty, but it's not the knock dead place we thought it was going to be. The island's been logged, and the forest is just not very mature.
And all those roadside lobster shacks we were looking for didn't exist.

We did enjoy Moncton as a city--staying in a bed and breakfast.
We found prices in restaurants high, and cheap beer was $12.99 per 6 pack--not including a 15% sales taxes.

Driving back thru Maine on U.S. 1 was very nice. We especially loved Camden, ME and the incredible bays full of huge sail boats and mahogany yachts. We loved eating meals at restaurants that were affordable.

And we finally found the lobster shacks we'd been looking for.
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Like I said above everyone misses the Eastern part of NB. I pick up my lobsters green and cook them in my huge pot and share it with my 200 cousins. Hospitality is also great.
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