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Planning another adventure! 
7th-Jul-2009 07:28 pm
Missy #4004
Brian and I are roadtripping for our 20th Anniversary.

Trying to plan a trip in September that takes us from Michigan to Georgia up the east coast and back through Canada. We don't like big cities, we love parks and beautiful views.

Please to be throwing great suggestions for things we really ought to see?

7th-Jul-2009 07:38 pm (UTC)
New River Gorge & the Bridge in West Virginia. It's a beautiful area, and there's a cool town nearby called Fayetteville.
7th-Jul-2009 07:53 pm (UTC)
I was really hoping you'd chime in! I'm adding those to the route!
7th-Jul-2009 08:03 pm (UTC)
Excellent :) (and, you know, we only live an hour away from there .... just sayin' )
7th-Jul-2009 08:07 pm (UTC)
Well then! When we get the trip laid out, I'll have a better idea what date we'll be passing through. Let's meet up someplace for dinner? I'd love some face to face time!!
7th-Jul-2009 08:15 pm (UTC)
Sounds great! We can definitely meet up (we don't have to have our arms twisted to drive out to the gorge and to eat at the Cathedral Cafe in Fayetteville). Depending which way your route takes you, you could crash at our place if you don't mind a) the dog and b) a futon. Very exciting! It'd be good to spend face time with you :)
7th-Jul-2009 08:53 pm (UTC)
I've never been out that way, but it seems like Salem would be an obvious one?
7th-Jul-2009 08:59 pm (UTC)
Salem is a MUST!
7th-Jul-2009 09:12 pm (UTC)
depending on the route through Canadia, VanKleek Hill/Hawkesbury are beautiful. (they're east of Ottawa, just inside of Ontario from Quebec). if it's not too late in the season, i can get you to the BEST chip wagon in the countryside so you can get a really decent poutine (:
8th-Jul-2009 11:02 am (UTC)
I'd suggest U.S. Route 1 up the coast.
Actually, I'd suggest using the U.S. Highways for most of the U.S. part of the trip, only hopping on the Interstates to bypass the cities (circumferential routes are 3-digit, starting with an even number; the larger the initial digit, the further out from the city the loop is).
I'm in the development stage of a documentary on U.S. Highways, so if there's any info or stupid road facts you want, you're welcome to take advantage of my research.
8th-Jul-2009 12:00 pm (UTC)
Rhinebeck NY, all along the Hudson. Magical place.
9th-Jul-2009 02:22 am (UTC)
If you spend much time in Georgia -- watch out for every other street being named Peach Tree. It can get confusing if you don't have a clear idea/know where you're going..

I'm not sure if this is everywhere in GA, but it certainly was that way around Atlanta :)

Have fun!
9th-Jul-2009 10:42 am (UTC)
Blue Ridge Parkway - we try to steal away every weekend - I can send pictures if you like

Savannah / Tybee Island

Myrtle beach is... touristy, but up further north is Carolina Beach (aquarium) and the Outer Banks, NC

10th-Jul-2009 07:11 am (UTC)
If you go to Savannah, Georgia, there's a fantastic seafood place called the Crab Shack that's on Tybee Island. I know you said that you hate big cities, but Savannah's not a super-busy place. Lots of walking goes on there.
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