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Old 07-04-2014, 11:27 AM   #1
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Counting down to our first big trip with the 28BHBE

One week away from our first real trip with the 28BHBE.

We are heading to Nova Scotia on a 3 week camping tour of the Province. I'm estimating anywhere between 5-6,000km (3100 to 3700 miles) of hauling the TT across around NS...

The kids can't wait, I can't wait either... I'm anxious to see how the combo will ride on such long runs...

One thing is sure, we will enjoy the ameneties of the TT!

Will come back in August with a rundown of the ride, pics, fuel consumption and much more!


Have a good Summer everyone, enjoy camping and be safe on the roads!
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Old 07-04-2014, 02:24 PM   #2
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Have fun!!!
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Enjoy your trip....sounds like fun!
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Sounds great - waiting on the pix. Enjoyed Nova Scotia pre TT, hope to return with TT.
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Sounds like a great way to spend the summer! Enjoy!
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Have a great trip, I look forward to reading your run down!
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Have a great time out East. Some great campsites around the province. If you get a chance try the Ovens Natural Park. Beautiful, Ocean wave made Caves to explore and right on the Atlantic. Great home base to head to Lunenburg, Mahone Bay and some of the other nice towns. http://www.ovenspark.com/
Just mentioning it because it's often overlooked, a little off the beaten path, but well worth the visit.
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We are leaving on our East Coast trip in 18 days so we will be passing you somewhere along the way. We are stopping in North Bay, Ottawa, Quebec City, Bay of Fundy, Halifax, Cape Breton Island, PEI then make our way back home. As well, the kids are very excited just as we are.
Have a safe, fun trip.
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Have a great time out East. Some great campsites around the province. If you get a chance try the Ovens Natural Park. Beautiful, Ocean wave made Caves to explore and right on the Atlantic. Great home base to head to Lunenburg, Mahone Bay and some of the other nice towns. http://www.ovenspark.com/
Just mentioning it because it's often overlooked, a little off the beaten path, but well worth the visit.
We've booked one night at the Ovens ...

We've booked an oceanfront lot...can't wait to check the place out!

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