Travelling to Halifax - or maybe the north shore or maybe Cape Breton - somewhere in Nova Scotia. I’m scoping out places to possibly relocate. I’m pretty flexible about the date, but I would prefer to be there before the rabid tourists show up - so the first half of the month would suit me better. I expect the trip to take 3 days - London to Cornwall to Rivière-du-loup to Nova Scotia. So a leisurely trip, but if you can drive a manual transmission & you want to go further, that’s something we can do. I take lots of pee breaks, stretch my legs, let the dog run around & will stop on reasonable request. My car is a FIAT Cabriolet - it’s wee. I like to drive with the top down as much as possible, but it will probably be too cold. There’s no trunk to speak of, a small backseat that will be occupied by a Boston Terrier & his crate - so not a lot of room for baggage therefore I can only take 1 person. I’m a non-smoker but if you do, I will stop for you. I will horrify you with my choice of music which I WILL CONTROL - stamped it, no erasies, no do-overs. I will be looking for cheap motel accommodation that will accept my dog. I prefer to have a room to myself, so you’ll be responsible for your own room. I would like whomever to pay half for gas - I’m thinking it will probably be less than $100. You can check me out on twitter as @EccentricMildly - that will give you an idea about me & my musical taste & you can read the ever-so-slightly apocryphal adventures of 2 Boston Terriers in the Weekly Presley Report. Please don’t tweet me - I’m hopelessly backward with anything electronic. You’re better off to text me at ***********4. I’m a geezer & I don’t drive in bad weather. I will bore you with stories about the 70s if I can remember them. And it would be a good idea if you like dogs, history, Canada, satire & it’s especially important to be politically incorrect. It’s a long trip & if you don’t have a black sense of humour, it will seem even longer.