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Old 05-04-2015, 05:58 AM   #1
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Just Found the forum yesterday, and have already found a lot of useful advice. We "my wife an I" have been campers for a number of years, started out in the in the usual fashion tenting with the kids. We went from a tenting to RVing a while back, and now own a Jayco 28BHBE pulled by a 2014 RAM Sport with a 5.7l Hemi. Kids are grown but still find the time to come along once in a while,

Looking forward to using all the info, in this forum, and hopefully posting some useful info myself.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:59 AM   #3
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Welcome......I've traveled N.S. by motorcycle and it was great. Except for the thick fog on the Cabot Trail. I must have missed some nice views.
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ps Rick - go back on a sunny day sometime. Worth it.
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Old 05-04-2015, 08:41 AM   #5
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ps Rick - go back on a sunny day sometime. Worth it.
Yeah, thats the plan. This time with the toy hauler. Jammon: Any recommendations for campgrounds? I'll have two motorcycles and a 12' boat and motor. Thanks. I've been looking at these : Murphy's Camping on the Ocean | Nova Scotia Seabreeze Campground and Cottages - Wind Down to the Ocean's Edge
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Yeah, thats the plan. This time with the toy hauler. Jammon: Any recommendations for campgrounds? I'll have two motorcycles and a 12' boat and motor. Thanks. I've been looking at these : Murphy's Camping on the Ocean | Nova Scotia Seabreeze Campground and Cottages - Wind Down to the Ocean's Edge
I have some friends from Cape Breton I can check with them on the best campgrounds.....They always recommend not to take the trailer over the Cabot trail can be hard on the brakes. its very nice in the fall also if you do any fall adventures
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Rick...... of the two campgrounds you mention Murphy's is the nicer of the two but further from Cape Breton....
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