Toronto & Vancouver

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In the evening after our visit to the Niagara Falls we make our way to Toronto. At the Canadian border I overlook that within the 15 tracks there is a separate line for RVs and busses and the border official comes out of his little cabin. I already braced myself for a lecture and there are already cars in line … Read More

Niagara: stunning last stage of our journey’s first part

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We leave the Adirondack Park and arrive at Herkimer Diamond Campground early in the evening. The Campground is nicely located next to a River and our campsite is just a couple of meters away from the water. Once again we spend some hours around a cozy campfire. Our neighbours are incredibly friendly and helpful. They just arrived from Niagara and … Read More

Vermont: Bears, Hunters & Bacteria. Adirondack: terrific landscape.

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The sixth smallest US State in area and and the second smallest in population is Vermont. It’s the only State where billboards are illegal next to the road, and the only landlocked country of New England. Vermont is our final New England stop after Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire. That leaves only Connecticut and  Rhode Island to cross off our … Read More

A short Indian-Summer in Maine. Familiar feelings in New Hampshire.

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The short period of indian summer sadly seems to be over. The weather forecast predicts rainy and contrary weather and therefore we leave Bar Harbor to advance towards our designation Toronto. On the first day we stay at the “Moorings Oceanfront Camping” in Belfast. On our way there we stock up on groceries in Ellsworth. The campground is located directly at the … Read More

Bar Harbor, Acadia NP, Maine (USA)

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Situated on the east coast of Mt Desert Island you can find Bar Harbor, with about five thousand inhabitants the biggest settlement in Acadia National Park. On our way there we pass Eagle Lake and as the weather is lovely we stop for an extensive walk.     In the afternoon we commence our journey and approach Bar Harbor after … Read More

Acadia National Park, Maine (USA)

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We cross the border without any trouble, the nice Officer just wants to know about the reason for our numerous travels to Egypt. Telling him that the Red Sea is one of the worlds most beautiful areas for Scuba Diving is enough explanation for him to let us pass after a short inspection of the RV. A pleasant side effect … Read More