Article by Alexis Campbell
Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.
Really enjoyed the article, “Know where you go when you’re going South for the winter.” Lots of good, common-sense tips. I would have liked to see an assessment done on I-95, as it is a major route taken by travellers from NS, NB, NF and Quebec. The Toronto area is really Central Canada and not the East Coast. It is always disappointing when we Maritimers and Quebecers are lumped in with Toronto, which only Torontonians think is the centre of the universe.
Baddeck, Nova Scotia
Ed.: We have been after Dave Hunter to do an I-95 book for some time to be a companion to his I-75 book, which is excellent. As an aside, I am not sure that there are many people from the “Centre of the Universe” – Toronto − as many of them actually came from all over the world. I was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, for instance, and do try to display the wonders of the East Coast as much as possible. And I do send all of my friends there on vacation and some to retire. Love Baddeck, of course.