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Driving from Maine to New Brusn, NS, and Newfoundland

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We are driving from St. Louis and plan on a 4-6 week trip. We have just retired and are planning a trip for this August. We are in our late 60's, but so far have not had to limit our excursions too much...at least not yet. This past October we did the 240 mile "Katy Trail" bike trip in Missouri. We are bringing our bikes along so are hoping to do a little riding also. 2 to 4 nights of camping are a possibility . We're looking for some hiking, quaint fishing villages along with some fishing ourselves, coastlines...staying away, for the most part, from real touristy places. We've noticed that places to be sure to see are esp. Arcadia Nat'l Park in Maine and Bay of Fundy and Cape Breton.
Any route suggestions, places to stay (B&B's are always nice), things to be sure to do and see.
Thanks so much for any suggestions. We're starting from scratch.
Judi & Mike

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