This week, we don’t have pretty pictures for you, or cute stories of interesting people, or even cool things to see.

I would like to ask you for any ideas you have for our next travel loop, in the Spring of 2019. We are traveling from Pennsylvania, up the eastern coast of the US and planning to spend a month in Nova Scotia, Canada. I have tons of tools to find great things to see. But I am really hoping to hear from people who have been there.

Or maybe you are planning that trip too? Where do you plan to go? By the way, would you like to meet up somewhere? We are going to be in Halifax and the surrounding area from June 15 to July 15.

So if you could, in the comments below, give us some ideas of what to see? If you have photos to share that would be amazing too. In the next couple of weeks, we will finalize some plans, in pencil of course, and let you know where we are headed.

Thanks!

Bill and Pam from the Intentional Travelers

5 Comments

  1. Author

    We had some people in our facebook group suggest Prince Edward Island as well. Has anyone been there?

    1. We’ve stayed on PEI and it is well worth it. PEI is Anne of Green Gables. I never read the stories, but it was an entertaining afternoon to visit the village and learn about how children were sent to Canada in the early 20th century from Ireland and the British Isles for a better life. The country side on PEI is beautiful and the bridge to the island is spectacular. You can get some information at http://www.mytripjournal.com/2010NewEngland.

      1. Author

        That’s a great idea! I love the mytripjournal app. So fun to see where you’ve been.

    2. We have, and enjoyed in spite of the cold drizzle all day. Mom & I were both fans of the Anne of Green Gables books, so enjoyed that exploration. Also not-to-be-missed: Bay of Fundy and Campobello. Lobster-fest in Rockand, the Desert, and LLBean are some Maine favorites, too.

      1. Author

        Did you get into PEI? I thought we’d make at least a weekend of it.

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