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... where the Fathers of Confederation formed Canada in 1867. We stopped in front of Province House, where the conferences in 1867 took place.
PEI was a beautiful place to ride in with rolling hills with green of of the fields and the unusual colour of the red soil.
We reached the end of the ride on PEI at Wood Islands and took the Northumberland ferry over to Caribou, Nova ...
... they then filleted and cooked for us. On Day 4 we got up super early and got on the water by 7am. Seeing the ocean so flat and calm was eerie bad made the paddling easy. We made it to Antigonish harbour and paddled all the way down the river into the town. We camped in a field right next to where the annual Highland Games were occurring. So we were serenaded with the sound of bagpipes until 10pm when it turned into a rock concert to put us to sleep. We were ...
... door is our final destination The Lionstone Inn. Let Richard do the negotiating and instead of having a standard motel room we ending up with a 600 square self contained new cottage for $100.00 cash. It is a really lovely modern cottage it might be by the main road to Pictou but once inside you don't hear the traffic and the wall heaters keep it lovely and warm.
Went into the little town of Pictou to the ATM at the Royal Bank but ...
... making this up) The funny part is that the entire reason we had taken the route through Saint John is because I had wanted to see a tidal bore. I did not even really know what one was except for the fact that I knew it had something to do with some river in Saint John flowing backwards when the tide comes in. We had missed it in Saint John due to timing, and now here we were, seeing it without even knowing what we were seeing.
... the engine off and pointed to some tie down straps and told me to get to it. I expected them to tie my bike down to make sure it was done right, but the guy told me they wanted me to do it for liability reasons. No problem!
As I got the bike tied down, cars and trucks were pulling in behind me. I had no idea they would be transporting full-size semis with trailers, dump trucks and so on. Basically, any vehicle that ...