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We stopped here to view shipping traffic passing through the locks. The largest ships are 1,000 feet long by 105 feet wide. These are domestic carriers too large to transit the Welland Canal that bypasses Niagara Falls and, consequently, are ...
Left Kakabena Falls at 0600 this morning in a slight rain, which turned into a torrent shortly thereafter, and did not let up all day. It was also extremely foggy. I have never ridden that long in both bad rain AND fog. Pretty intense riding. I don't mind rain OR fog, but this was the worst of BOTH ...
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For the longest time, I have been able to drive without the assistance of coffee, but I finally found the call of caffeine to be too strong today. I heeded that call at a Tim Horton's in Sudbury.
Once we arrived in the Soo, we hit the river waterfront for dinner and a walk before heading to the hotel for the night. We actually crossed into Michigan's Upper Peninsula in order to take advantage of much lower ...
Arrived in Michigan at around 4pm. You know the guy that has 15 cars behind him and can't pass, that's us. :-) Even though we are not the quickest on the road we seem to have made up some time according to the GPS. We are now arriving at our next destination at around 9:15pm instead of ...
... eased and we decide to drive to Sault Ste. Marie to have a look around. A large city (Population 75,000) that is on both sides of St Mary River with is the border between USA and Canada. Jill being a bit difficult with directions but lady attendant at Esso Station gave us directions to the Boardwalk on the river. Jill finally came good and we parked at the big Station Mall and walked around a section of ...
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