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Just a few words to the wonderful people of Nova Scotia,N.Brunswick and PEI.We returned from our 22 day tour (end Sept.) and want to express our gratitude for all the people there who helped us and were very kind to us to make our trip unforgettable. Of all our travels in the US and Canada we have never met nicier, friendlier people than in the Maritimes. Everything is so clean and nice.It must be a very special to live in.The only we encountered which was not so nice were the secondary roads and the awful state they're in.But that's due to the severe frost you have in winter.If I were 50 years younger I would like to immigrate to your lovely country. Thanks

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