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  1. July 2009: Our 03 Coachmen and our dog Angel (Who always travels with us and has her own special bed right up front between the driver's seat and the passenger's chair) at a very pretty country property and family cottage for lease site in Prince Edward Island, our smallest province in Atlantic Canada. PEI is small but picturesque and beautiful. One is never far from the ocean and getting there is a blast as you either arrive by ferry or do as we did..cross the "Confederation Bridge" a 10 kilometer over the sea highway similar to the Florida keys. It runs from New Brunswick to the seaside town of Borden-Carleton PEI. Second photo taken days later from the front window of the coach southbound on I-495 in Maine of dual rainbows which emerged after a rainstorm just as the sun was peeking through again.
  2. September 2008; Autumn Leaves in Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario Canada. Our '03 Coachman is parked on the side of Highway 60 beside Brewer Lake about 50 kilometers east of the town of Hunstville in the district of Muskoka. The autumn colors in Algonquin Park are awesome and well worth the three hour drive from our home near Toronto. The trees are a symphony of red, orange and tellow..there are scores of beautiful, serene lakes; a slight chill is in the air and if you're really fortunate a curious moose or white tailed deer may present itself in a clearing. A good idea to keep a camera close at hand. Perfect weather for a little picnic in the very coach-friendly park setting.
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