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Trip to New Brunswick, PEI, and Nova Scotia

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We are empty nesters and are planning a trip of 17 days. We are driving from MI, camping, etc. We were wondering if seeing NB, PEI, and then Nova Scotia is a good way to go, or if we should see NB, Nova Scotia including Cape Breton Island, (Cabot Trail), and then PEI, then home through NB? We are driving from MI through Canada which we believe is the quicker route, and then will go back through from NB to Ontario, to MI. Is 17 days too little time to see part of the coast from St. Andrews to Fundy National Park to Sackville over the Bridge to PEI, then by ferry to Nova Scotia?

Could anyone who has been there before give us some advice as to neat things to see-my husband and I love bird watching, hiking, biking. Due to two surgeries this past year canoeing or kayaking is out of the question.

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