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Veebyes

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Going back to that area is our Plan A as well however hope is fading for the border to be open. The closure keeps on getting extended.

We want to go back to Newfoundland & be there for at least a month.


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My wife has always wanted to see the land of "Anne of Green Gables". Years ago we made the attempt, but had to cut trip short due to other family obligations, so never even made it over the border.
Fall of 2019, we started out from Minn. again, but food poisoning turned us back. And there was that hurricane that came ashore right at the CG we had booked for that night....
Rebooked for last early summer, but everything shut down. One CG would not refund, but we have a credit waiting.
Things are looking poor for this next summer, also....

I'm pretty sure "Anne" is pulling out all the stops to prevent us from ever taking this trip.....


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If you go around the Cabot Trail, go clockwise. That puts you in the lane farther from the sea. There is one (at least) steep downhill.
Based on our trip about 45 years ago.


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DavidandDayle wrote:

If you go around the Cabot Trail, go clockwise. That puts you in the lane farther from the sea. There is one (at least) steep downhill.
Based on our trip about 45 years ago.


Ok, I'll bite-why would you want to be "farther from the sea"?


I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be Douglas Adams

RV-less for now but our spirits are still on the open road.

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Crowe wrote:

DavidandDayle wrote:

If you go around the Cabot Trail, go clockwise. That puts you in the lane farther from the sea. There is one (at least) steep downhill.
Based on our trip about 45 years ago.


Ok, I'll bite-why would you want to be "farther from the sea"?


To avoid the screams of the passenger as they look down the drop offs on the passenger side.

Really, it is not that bad. I'll take drop offs of mountain driving to lunatic city drivers any day.

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