ok, so my girlfriend and I are bouncing around some ideas for a roadtrip up the east coast sometime in the summer of this year. As of right now, our time window is about 9 total days to spend on the trip, and we are beginning to map out out route. We are not really into the whole "tourist" type deal, and New England offers some unique landscapes and coastal towns. As of right now, we are sticking to the coast with plans to stop in (durations yet to be determined) washington, dc, lewes and rehoboth beach de, then up to Little Compton and Warren RI, then to Scituate and Boston MA, then York, Ogunquit, Belfast, and Blue Hill ME. From here we were bouncing around the idea of returning through canada and going to Montreal, Toronto, Niagra Falls then back home through Buffalo, Cleveland, ect. Any thoughts, comments, suggestions? We are prepared to drive alot (part of the fun) and kind of want to stay of the beaten path and see as much as possible on the trip. We generally like to stay away from areas that have lots of tourists (with the obvious exceptions of the big cities) and would love to see some of the quaint coastal towns through New England. Any suggestions would be greatly welcomed, as we are totally willing to change our route to add a new spot or omit one of our current ones if they are no good....Thanks in advance for the help!