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Fredericton,NB to Winnipeg, MB via USA

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Hi I am dropping off my daughter at University in Fredericton and then have to drive home by myself. I have about 3.5 days. I would like to drive through the US as cheaper gas and aribnb (there are like nothing in S ON) however google maps and mapquest are not my friends. I don't mind if its an extra hr or so. I won't have time to stop and see much, i can hit large centers like Chicago off hours if I must but would perfer to avoid chicago if possible. Let me know if you have ideas. Never been past Chicago in the states or Montreal in Canada so i'm stumped.

Thanks Trish

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