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Old 09-15-2015, 01:04 PM   #407
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Welcome back to the US. I hope the border guards were kind to you. I'm sure you'll have more to report on your way south.

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Old 09-15-2015, 01:47 PM   #408
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Don, great article, thanks for sending it. It truly was a fantastic trip and we already miss being there. We will be back.....

Glad you enjoyed the thread, I enjoyed writing it, just wish I could have posted multiple pics.
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Old 09-15-2015, 01:56 PM   #409
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We really had a great time...will catch up on some photos later....eh!

You are not quite assimilated. Probably got out just in time. You have to have a question in front of "eh".
As in, How's it going, eh? Or, even better, How's your beer, eh? A couple of months in Alberta and you would be fixed up just right. Jim



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Old 09-15-2015, 02:52 PM   #410
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Well I thought about that.... But, seems as though after making a statement, ya'll add right?...making a statement a question! But that's like heading north on the Norther Penisa
You go down to St Anthony, or when driving south on the Irish Loop you drive up the loop!...

Do I get partial credit for correct spelling, eh?
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Old 09-15-2015, 03:03 PM   #411
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You bet. When in Newfoundland or Cape Briton, I got used to the local vernacular after a while but they always got the final chuckle since its fun to play with the mainlanders a bit. Especially since we listen so slowly. Jim
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Gene, absolutely no problem at the border crossing at Lubec ME. Camped in Acadia NP, Cadillac MT is fantastic. Stopped at Camden SP and heading to Freeport. Wanted to camp at Sebago SP, no dogs allowed, so we are looking for an alternative. Any suggestions for there and White Mountains in NH?
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Old 09-17-2015, 03:26 PM   #413
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Any suggestions for there and White Mountains in NH?
I typically stay at the twin Mountain KOA.
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Old 09-17-2015, 06:42 PM   #414
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When did all this "no dog" policy start in the state parks and even in some commercial parks? Sebago Lake SP, no pets, several camogrounds not have pet areas and they are booked but space is available in the no pet area....PITA!!!
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Old 09-17-2015, 06:49 PM   #415
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It started the same way it all goes downhill.

The few, the privileged, the better than, the not me, the I'm so special, the how dare you, the don't tell me what to do, the oblivious, the my dog doesn't bite/jump/bark/poo etc. The........insert your own words.

Those folks decided not to pick up their poo, not to leash, not to quiet, not to attend to, not to be responsible if they bit.

Those few messed it up for those loving responsible pet owners.
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Are you talking about dogs or kids?
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Silver Eagle, you would be right. It could apply in many ways.
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It started the same way it all goes downhill.

The few, the privileged, the better than, the not me, the I'm so special, the how dare you, the don't tell me what to do, the oblivious, the my dog doesn't bite/jump/bark/poo etc. The........insert your own words.

Those folks decided not to pick up their poo, not to leash, not to quiet, lot to attend to, not to be responsible if they bit.

Those few messed it up for those loving responsible pet owners.
You might want to add to this, get a service dog as it is a license to do all of the above and be outside the rules of common sense.
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Gene, absolutely no problem at the border crossing at Lubec ME. Camped in Acadia NP, Cadillac MT is fantastic. Stopped at Camden SP and heading to Freeport. Wanted to camp at Sebago SP, no dogs allowed, so we are looking for an alternative. Any suggestions for there and White Mountains in NH?

Camped in White Mts. National Forest this summer enroute to coastal Maine. Really enjoyed "dog friendly" Dolly Copp on Rt. 16 in Campton, NH. We arrived early (before 11 AM) and we're lucky enough to camp right on the Peabody River a non- reservable site. Just loved hearing the flowing river each night! As a National Preserve a Golden Age Passport nightly charge of $11 was a real bargain.

Really enjoyed your travel adventures....thanks for sharing,
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We just finishing traveling in Newfoundland. The advice on this forum was spot on. Thanks all. Newfoundland is beyond wonderful and the people there are the best I have ever met. We went on the Viking Caravan and while fun, I would suggest to anyone considering, to do this great trip on your own. With the advice on this forum you will see and do everything. We wish we had.

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