Tranplanner asked for suggestions so let's give the lad a hand planning the only vacation he will ever enjoy.
Sounds exactly like what I'm doing on mine in a month!Jen wrote:
pick a general destination and let the rest flow
Thankfully my fiancee is blissfully unaware of the prescence of Cyburbia...Jen wrote:
Let's ask the bride to be. What is Tranplanner like on a road trip?
Mine knows about Cyburbia all too well....and I took a lot of sh!t for the posts on the kitty issue.Tranplanner wrote:
Thankfully my fiancee is blissfully unaware of the prescence of Cyburbia...
Any Novia Scotia/PEI suggestions for me?We originally looked at going out east (Nova Scotia), but the train is really expensive, and I don't feel like spending my honeymoon driving.
Wherever we go, I just have to find a way to smuggle my golf clubs along...
I've never been...maybe jmf or donk can give us some pointers. Anywhere but Anne of Green Gables' place!!!!!NHPlanner wrote:
Any Novia Scotia/PEI suggestions for me?
I figured golf would be cheap for me....I mean, with the exchange rate a round should cost me about $0.35 US.Tranplanner wrote:
Great golf on PEI apparently - crack courses, not too much $$
Mike Weir is my hero - not only because he's Canadian, but because he's also a left-handed golf shot. Shame he keeps choking in the big tournies...El Guapo wrote:
Are there any famous Canadian Golfers?
And don't stop in at Houlton, ME for the "boy and the boot" statue and a Shiretowner's game?!donk wrote:
2) Time your golfing, and drive from St. Andrews to Saint John to either catch the ferry to digby or stay overnight in Saint John. Also when in SJ try to see the reversing falls.