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A Girls’ Road Trip: From Texas (U.S.) to Prince Edward Island (Canada)

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A Girls’ Road Trip: From Texas (U.S.) to Prince Edward Island (Canada)

by Eula Woodyard McKown

A Girls’ Road Trip: From Texas (U.S.) to Prince Edward Island (Canada) recounts the travels of four women from Texas who drove to Prince Edward Island enjoying various spots along the way. The women also enjoyed visiting and sightseeing with friends as they traveled.

Included in the book are descriptions of their activities in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine as they traveled to Canada. After entering Canada, the women enjoyed excursions in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. They continued their adventures as they returned home through Vermont, New York, Tennessee, and Arkansas.

A person who has wanted to travel, but has been unable to do so, will enjoy reading this book to experience vicariously the journey of the four women as they crossed the northeastern United States and Canada.

A Girls’ Road Trip: From Texas (U.S.) to Prince Edward Island (Canada)

by Eula Woodyard McKown

A Girls’ Road Trip: From Texas (U.S.) to Prince Edward Island (Canada) recounts the travels of four women from Texas who drove to Prince Edward Island enjoying various spots along the way. The women also enjoyed visiting and sightseeing with friends as they traveled.

Included in the book are descriptions of their activities in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine as they traveled to Canada. After entering Canada, the women enjoyed excursions in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. They continued their adventures as they returned home through Vermont, New York, Tennessee, and Arkansas.

A person who has wanted to travel, but has been unable to do so, will enjoy reading this book to experience vicariously the journey of the four women as they crossed the northeastern United States and Canada.