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Nova Scotia/Newfoundland July /Aug

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Hello! I've been reading several posts from everyone on the above mentioned destination. WOW, so many helpful tips. We, (self, husband, adult son), will be flying from Tampa to Bangor ME, renting a car and heading to NS. We are very much "outdoorsmen", don't need or want touristy places. Our son is an avid fly fisherman, and will be bringing his fly reel.
Have spent time in other areas of Canada, but wanted to explore this area. What are some thoughts on the drive btwn Bangor and NS? Or better idea to go to Newfoundland first? We will have 10 to 12 days before flying back out from Bangor. We are looking at travel being end of July, and into Aug. Oh yeah, on a budget also!
Thanks!

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