After five years on the road, I had started to think at some point full-time travel would become repetitive…..not ever boring mind you. Case in point, go see Yellowstone National Park in the fall, and again the spring…..two totally different worlds. However, I did think we would, at some point, run out of new places to see. I have discovered that in North America by R.V……the complete opposite is true. We just left the fingertip point of Nova Scotia called the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton National Park. The Canadians do National Parks as well as us Americans. The Cabot Trail is really a coastal/mountain drive around the tip of the province looking at the Bay of Fundy, Newfoundland and Labrador. Hikes, rocky outposts, freshwater lakes, beaches, marshes and brooks are there for exploring. It is, by far, one of the prettiest spots we have ever landed. Following that adventure, we planned on resting in Bangor, Maine. Instead, we kayaked at night, swirling our paddles into the dark water watching glowing bioluminescence phytoplankton, transporting ourselves into the movie Avatar; and spending a night in cold dark amazing twinkling bliss. We also hit a great mountain bike trail and hiked the Ono Bog. All in three days. Today we sit in a little circular point of land called the Cape Ann peninsula. I don’t know how we missed it before. We are amazed!! These four little quaint picturesque towns are full of charm, scallops, marshes, beaches, shopping, art colonies, houseboats, and more. In Gloucester, pronounces Glousta’ (gotta be local) we hit a block party and had a great meal. The famous movie “The Perfect Storm” was based on the true story of five fisherman leaving from this marine port. By the way, this is the oldest marina in the U.S…..the fishing industry dating back to the 1600’s. Nearby is the town Manchester-by-the-Sea, made famous by the movie of the same name a few years back. Rockport and Essex make up the last two towns on this tiny tip of perfection; both full of hundreds of beautiful photo-ops. This area is heavenly. I am so happy we travel continuously, so eventually our R.V., our appetites, our camera, and our attitudes arrived here.