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If you do go to PEI, cross by ferry. The bridge is LONG and exposed.
Personally, after I add up all the bills, often times it averages out to about $40 to $50 a day.Out of curiosity is that counting only daily expenses or are you counting airfare, shipping the bike, maps, and other stuff bought pre or post tour? Personally I can't see myself spending that much, but some spend more.
I think if you count buying the bike, racks, and panniers and also count airfare and other pre or post tour expenses we still came in at good bit less than that on our Trans America.
On my spring tour I didn't cook, ate restaurant food most of the time, and stayed in a motel half the time. Not counting air and train fare I think it came in at a bit under $30 a day. That was in Kansas where motels are generally real cheap. Being a cheapskate, I think that is about the max I am likely to spend.