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OK you eastern riders.. My wife and I are heading your way in aug. We will be hauling our 20' camper,peddle bikes, and our dubs. Spending about 2 weeks.. Looking for some nice roads with some curves. Some two tracks without much sand.. Anyone have such a dream place in mind??? Cool campgrounds wood be a plus.. All those nice guiet states with lots of history.

Thanks in advance. OMM.
 

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Here's some info for Vermont:

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If you will be in the Western Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut area, Mrs. Trip and I would be happy to join you for a local ride.
 

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Here's some info for Vermont:

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If you will be in the Western Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut area, Mrs. Trip and I would be happy to join you for a local ride.
Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet imfo............. Thanks. Just before we go I'll post again and zero in on a possible get-together. Do you recommend aug or sep.

? OMM.
 

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The east with kids in school is a better experience and poses less conflict for camping in my experience. Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire are great, but I really enjoyed eastern Nova Scotia (Cape Breton Island on a TW would be great if it wasn't raining), and especially Prince Edward Island if you miss the main tourist stampede. Tom
 

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Another suggestion: I don't know where you are coming from, but if you are interested in the Ocean...

Camp at Fisherman's Memorial State Park in Rhode Island:Fisherman's Memorial



Take the Tw's to Block Island on the ferry:Block Island Ferry



You can see the whole island in a day on the bikes...most of the roads are gravel, so the TW is the perfect way to get around.Block Island



Have lunch on the porch of the Island House Hotel. Visit Southeast Light southeast lighthouse



Once you get back to Galilee, have a seafood feast at Champlin's Champlin"s...1-1/4lb Lobster Dinner,...Mmm, Mmmm






Oh, and personaly, I'd take September over August...much less crowded.
 

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All that seems verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry good.. Sept. is our choice. Looking at 10 days or so... We really like to ride gravel roads... "NOT" a big fan of deep sand. Thanks again for the advise guys.. OMM
 
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