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Old 09-12-2015, 02:58 PM   #57
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It started raining last night about 9 pm in here in Viagara Falls ON and is still raining now at nearly 4 in the afternoon, darn good thing we spent a beautiful sunny day yesterday around the falls and all it's attractions.

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Along the north shore of the Gaspe Peninsula

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Viagra Falls! Sounds like a 3 Stooges Bit
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Viagra Falls! Sounds like a 3 Stooges Bit
I'll you wish you were along for the act,,,,,,,,, almost 9,000 km of touring so far, soon on a ship to Europe.
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Will you travel over on the Ship that carries your Motorhome?

Your adventures are really interesting to follow, safe travels
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Will you travel over on the Ship that carries your Motorhome?

Your adventures are really interesting to follow, safe travels
No we will fly to Liverpool to pick up the motorhome. Some ships do allow this but it can be expensive as well, up to $140 per person per day all inclusive, no booze, about 6 to 12 days to cross depending on the ship and it's schedule.

We spent the night in New Glasgow NS in a wicked storm, if our coach was a boat there would have been an SOS call
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We stayed in New Glascow , in July, on the way up to the Cabot Trail. Unforgettable scenery.

After the Cabot Trail, we followed the Coast down by Halifax, to Peggy's Cove & Luninberg-which was probably our favorite part of the trip.

We then went down by Kejimkujik to Yarmouth & Picked up a ferry to Portland-then up to Bar Harbor.

We lingered along the Coast for quite a few days-We were really surprised by the lack of inhabitants-and Diesel Fuel, for that matter.
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Need to replace the windscreen on the 13th and then load this coach on the ship soon after. Meanwhile, we tour.


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Great Trip! Are Not the Folks in that part of the world are really Nice? Carry On
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