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Long Roadtrip from North Louisiana to Portland, Maine

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My son and I are taking my mother to the upper east coast. We have 10 -11 days to accomplish this trip. She has never been east of Georgia. We want to see the Amish farmland, pretty scenery. Our thought was to travel the Blue Ridge Parkway going north and maybe through Lancaster, PA. She has no desire to see NYC or Washington, DC. We would like to spend some time in Boston and Kennebunkport, ME and Portland, ME. On the return trip, we were thinking about going through Annapolis, MD, but not a must. We would like to see the coastline on our way back.

We are looking for help with best routes to see pretty things. If you know of construction on our route that will severely slow us down, please advise. Ideas on where to stop along the way would be great. As far as Amish stuff, we are less interested in the stores and more interested in seeing the farmland and buggies (real life).

Our main interest will be seeing Maine and Massachusetts. Looking forward to all ideas and advice. Also, interested in seeing lighthouses.

Thanks so much!

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