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... I wish every border we crossed was as easy as this one - 10 minutes in the line, 5 minutes at the border and a few questions from the friendly female official, and we were on our way - Thank you, Canada!
Our time in the eastern USA was over. We'll probably never come back to this busy, verdant side of America. It was pretty enough, and the museums were great, but there were too many people, it didn't have the variety of the West, and there wasn't enough wild country for us.
... effect when we were in St. John, New Brunswick, but it is still amazing to watch the volume of water that goes in and out of the bays and coves in the Bay of Fundy area.
We then drove on into Eastport initially to find the Old Sow Whirlpool. We drove all around looking for it. We even stopped and asked a couple of locals. Finally, someone told us that there are only two ways to see it – one is in ...
... U.S. The entire trip was an unforgettable experience!
The forecast called for stormy weather and we didn’t want to set up camp for one night in the rain, so we found a charming b + b for the evening. The hostess steered us to the "Chowder House" in Eastport where we had delicious chowder, fish and chips, and blueberry pie. Seafarers special!
... named after Antoine Laumet, the car we know very well as 'The Cadillac'.
This is what wiki said about the guy:
Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac; March 5, 1658 – October 16, 1730) was a French explorer and adventurer in New France, now an area of North America stretching from Eastern Canada in the north to Louisiana in the south. Rising from a modest beginning in Acadia in 1683 as an explorer, trapper, and ...
We caught the over night ferry over to Nova Scotia. When we arrived it was overcast and foggy, but we still decided to ride around the famous Cabot trail to the north. Luckily the weather improved and the scenery was fantastic..
Next stop - Halifax for some running repairs to the bike, then on to St Andrew on the Bay of Fundy for Canada Day before crossing the border into the USA.