I'm doing one of three rides this upcoming weekend leaving Saturday early morning. I can't take Friday off work, but I would be open to leaving Friday afternoon (although the thought of Friday afternoon traffic doesn't sound appealing). I have a bit more flexibility on the return date. I was planning on tenting it (though I'm open to motels), and buying my food along the way.
I ride quick but not stupid. I obey speed limits in small towns. I have a Scala. I was going to wait until closer to the weekend to decide on which route to do (based on weather and stuff) - but as long as I do one of them I'm happy.
PM or post up if you're interested.
1) Gaspe (4300km 4-5 days) - via New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, up around Gaspe and then back along the south shore of the St. Lawrence.
2) North shore of St. Lawrence (4800km - maybe 6 days for this one) - to Natashquan (QC), up to Manic Cinq and back down, up the Saguenay to Chicoutimi and then south through Mont-Tremblant, Mont-Laurier, Pembroke, then home through the area south of Algonquin.
3) North shore of Lake Superior (3800km 4-5 days) - via Manitoulin, Espanola out to Thunder Bay, then head back via Chapleau, Timmins, New Liskeard, North Bay, then home via the Muskoka's.