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Old 02-26-2007, 10:43 AM
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http://www.atlanticcanadacycling.com/p/clinton.jpg (broken link)


those are pics of prince edward island canada. as you can see, it is full of relaxing pastoral views and charm. the landscape is green and gentle-looking....nice slowly rolling meadows and fields.

i was wondering if there was anywhere in the usa i can find the same thing...it need not be an island. but somewhere pastoral and nice and far from the bustle of modern life....somewhere with similar calm terrain. i know maine is close to PEI but it is far too rugged and rocky....anywhere in the southern states like PEI? are'nt some places in the south supposed to have a relaxed rural lifestyle evocative of a bygone era?
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Old 02-26-2007, 09:29 PM
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we have hundreds of those places in the lower 48s, not to mention Hawaii and Alaska.

Bainbridge Island
the San juans
the coastal oregon
Northern California--Big Sur, Carmel, Monterrey
South Padre Island
the sea islands of GA and SC-- www.springisland.com
cumberland island
sanibel and captiva island
hilton head
kiawah island
sullivans island
isle of palm
asseteaugue and chincoteague islands
kitty hawk
outer banks
martha s vineyard
the cape
the thousand islands
bar harbor

just to name a few
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Old 02-27-2007, 02:23 PM
Location: S.W.PA
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Michigan, up near Traverse City. Vermont, near the lake. Finger Lakes region in central N.Y particularly around Keuka Lake.
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