Even though the temperature is below zero in parts of the northeast this morning it is precisely this time of year that many seniors are looking at their motorcycles and thinking about summer trips.
There are four crown jewels of the northeast that boomers and those older should not miss, especially on a motorcycle: the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec, the Cabot Trail on the inland of Cape Breton, the Western Coast of Newfoundland, particularly Gros Morne National Park, and in the United States, Acadia National Park in Maine. The scenery at all these locations is breathtaking.
If you start in the northeast, the trip is about 4,000 miles as you travel through Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Maine. You are in the region anyway so travel to New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island as well. The trip takes about three weeks to complete and you can tent at public and private campgrounds, many of them near the ocean.
So it's time to get the motorcycles ready to go and if you have a trip that you think would be of interest please drop us a comment below.