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Old 05-05-2011, 03:29 PM   #15
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First four years of my retirement I bought a 50ft Trawler and circumnavigated the east coast by water. Left Fort Myers, Fl sailed north across the gulf and up the rivers to the Great Lakes. Then into Canada from Lake Superior to Montreol, back into NY and the Erie canal. Down the Hudson into the N Atlantic and followed the intracoastal waters back to Florida. We later went accross the gulf again and into Kentucky then back across Florida. I'd do it again in a heart beat!
This! It's on my "Bucket List"' if doable in a house boat. We'd still be traveling, but doing it in the Vette and staying in B&Bs, following Rts. 17, 66, 50, and The 101 to name a few.
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