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Old 01-18-2018, 03:42 PM   #1
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FROG "Good Times in the Maritimes" Tour -- August 27 - September 14, 2018

Registration is now open for the FROG "Great Times in the Maritimes" Tour, August 27 - September 14, 2018



Join FROG for caravan filled with fun and spectacular beauty through Canada's Maritime Provinces. Explore the coastal provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia.

Mike & Yvonne Byrne and Guy & Liliane Brunet will be your hosts and guides for exciting adventure.

Your eastern Canada odyssey will include 18 nights of camping (16 full hookup, 2 water/electric), escorted bus tours of Saint John, NB and Halifax, NS; whale watching cruise on a sailing ship on the Bay of Fundy; presentation of "Anne of Green Gables" at the Confederation Center Theatre in Charlottetown, PEI; Admission several group dinners, including a traditional lobster supper; and much more.

Explore the spectacular Cabot Trail, Singing Gardens, and Cows Ice Cream Factory. Enjoy Canada's #1 golf destination, with more than 15 public courses available on Prince Edward Island. Experience the Highland Village Museum, and outdoor living history museum dedicated to Nova Scotia's Gaelic folk life, culture and language. Share in the fun of a Ceilida (pronounced "kay-lee"), a gathering of musicians, singers and dancers sharing their traditional culture.

To see or download the complete agenda, go to

Great Times in the Maritimes Agenda

BE SURE TO REVIEW THE CANCELLATION POLICY FOR THIS TRIP.

All of this and more is included for a fee of:

2 people in an RV $ 1,645.00 (U.S.)
1 person in an RV $ 1,225.00 (U.S.)
Extra person in an RV $ 420.00 (U.S.)
All amounts are in U.S. Dollars

AS WITH ALL FROG EVENTS, ATTENDEES MUST BE IN A FOREST RIVER OR AFFILIATED BRAND RV.

Registration for Maritime Provinces
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Old 01-23-2018, 10:01 AM   #2
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This tour is filling quickly. We have one (1) opening remaining for two people in an RV, OR two (2) openings for one person in an RV.

Don't miss FROG's first-ever trip to the Canadian Maritimes. Sign up now on the FROG web site www.forestriverfrog.com/events.

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Old 01-23-2018, 09:22 PM   #4
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Looks like a good trip for DDC. Later RJD
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DDC is signed up!

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Old 01-24-2018, 10:15 PM   #6
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Great Times in the Maritimes

The last spot for this 18-day caravan was filled this afternoon, but if you are still interested,
go to the FROG web site and get on the waiting list. It is still a long time until this rally, and
while we hope nothing happens that prevents any of those who signed up from going, one
never knows what could happen between now and August. If any spots open in the future,
they will be filled from the wait list.
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To all of the participants signed up for the "Great Times in the Maritimes" rally: We are in Florida for a couple of months, and have
limited internet and email access. As soon as we return home, we'll start sending you information to help with your planning to
attend this amazing adventure.

If anyone is still interested in attending should a spot open up, please be sure to get on the wait list via the "Events" page on the
official FROG website at www.forestriverfrog.com/events

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We (DDC and I) would like to know how people are heading to Saint Andrews, N.B. ?
We both hope to get a golden ticket to Goshen, then leave from there. Go up to Canada and cut across that way, or head across 80-90 thru Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Maine.
Would like some info from somebody who has made this trip. Thanks
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Old 04-06-2018, 07:52 PM   #9
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We (DDC and I) would like to know how people are heading to Saint Andrews, N.B. ?
We both hope to get a golden ticket to Goshen, then leave from there. Go up to Canada and cut across that way, or head across 80-90 thru Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Maine.
Would like some info from somebody who has made this trip. Thanks
Looks like we are going to be pioneers this trip Randy, no won else has made this trip before Im guessing
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Hi guys. We are about an hour or so north of Komoka. We have done the P.E.I. Nova Scotia Cabot and N.B. trip once and just P.E.I. & N.B once. You are in for a real treat. The people are so nice and the landscape is really different from southwestern Ontario. Both times we went through Quebec (take the toll road south to bypass under Montreal...saves about an hour and lots of frustration). Then we followed the south shore of the St. Lawrence with a stop at Que. city KOA for a day in the old city. Next on to the Gaspe following the river. What a ride up and down. Make sure your brakes are good. then in your case down to St. Andrews. The Cabot is just as wild and maybe more so but just beautiful. There is a shorter route straight across to N.B. but we have always gone for the scenic route. Of course you know about the language difference in Que. and N.B. but it never posed a problem for us as the people are really accommodating for the most part.

If you plan to go direct from Goshen it would probably be shorter (and fuel & camping fees cheaper) to take the Ohio etc. route. We have come back that way from the Maritimes once and from Cape Cod once crossing back to Ont. around the Gananoque area. It is also a beautiful ride with lots to see and very nice people in Vermont and elsewhere. The road can be up and down and winding in the mountain area of Vermont but really scenic. I think if it was us we would definitely take the U.S. route east and maybe come back the Canadian way. By September the weather should hopefully be great for travelling. Okay. Bedtime for us elders but you guys travel safe. Old Guys (Brian and Joanne).
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