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End of the Road

We have 38 days left in North America. Here is the tentative schedule...


Date Day Night



MAY

29 Ben and Jerry's Tour and Drive to Montreal Montreal
30 Montreal Montreal
31 Drive to Quebec City Quebec City



JUNE

1 Quebec City and Drive to Acadia NP Acadia NP
2 Explore Acadia NP Acadia NP
3 Drive to Portland and Salem Near Salem
4 Boston Boston
5 Boston Boston
6 Boston Boston
7 Boston to Cape Cod Cape Cod
8 Cape Cod Cape Cod
9 Drive to Philadelphia Philadelphia
10 Philadelphia Baltimore
11 Baltimore Baltimore
12 To DC DC
13 To Roanoke, VA Roanoke, VA
14 To Knoxville, TN Knoxville, TN
15 To Chattanooga, TN Chattanooga, TN
16 Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN
17 To Asheville, NC Asheville
18 To Cary Cary
19 To Cary Cary
20 To Cary Cary
21 To Cary Cary
22 To Cary Cary
23 To Cary Cary
24 To Cary Cary
25 To Cary Cary
26 Boeke Mini-Family Reunion NY
27 Boeke Mini-Family Reunion NY
28 Boeke Mini-Family Reunion NY
29 Boeke Mini-Family Reunion NY
30 Boeke Mini-Family Reunion NY



JULY

1 Lexington Park MD
2 Lexington Park MD
3 Lexington Park MD
4 Lexington Park MD
5 To NYC NYC
6 NYC NYC
7 To Holland and beyond In the air...

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  1. I am putting July 5th and 6th in my calendar and expect to see your dimples for at least a full 15 minutes... xox

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