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Newfoundland or Nova Scotia - 2 weeks July 2009

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I think I am late getting started, but we are thinking of two weeks in the Newfoundland or Nova Scotia areas.... we like to camp or rent small RV.... we know very little about the areas and our options and are open to suggestions.

We like to get away from crowds, enjoy fresh air, scenic beauty, walking (not really tough hiking), nature, birds, etc... two sons (17 and 20) and mom and dad...

What are your best guesses? What can we comfortably do in two weeks?

Thanks in advance!
Gail

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