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After a long day of driving, with a brief stop in Truro NS, we arrive at a campground in Moncton, NB. This little town reminds me of Brandon!
Wed, Aug 22 - We drove on TransCanada Route 2 south down the border of Maine following the Saint John River, then east toward Moncton. This was a mountainous route; now when I say mountains, do not confuse them with those in the Rockies. The route was mixture of corn fields and forest.
We had a weird experience with the GPS. It started …
Moncton only has one RV park, and lucky for us they were still open. The sign says seasonal camping which thus far has meant "closed" for the most part, but they were open and happy to take our money in exchange for a couple of nights stay while we visited the Moncton Hospital for an ultrasound, took care of a few housekeeping items and attempted …
... across the grass and killed the engine on the hard sand at the beach near the wharf that we used to sail at. This was our west wind spot. The side/offshore wind was perfect for starboard side jumps. I continued on, counter clockwise on the Rt. 530, around Cocagne Cape. It was quite cool in the wind but there were still many people on the beaches. I am still wearing my 5 year old shell with no liner with just a T Shirt underneath, but all the vents are zipped ...
... on my previous sport bikes and Buzz will eat these up as well... I have a 21 inch front wheel on my little dirt bike, and it floats nicely over the ruts and stones, but at a huge trade off. I had a TKC 80 in my hands at Atlantic Motorplex. They are an agressive tire, yes, but they still seemed ti have nicely rounded edges and dispite the large square voids have alot of actual rubber to road contact, when you look at them closely. Might give em a go next ...
Nice, safe, clean, place to stay. (its a gated camping community) We will stay again if we are in the area!
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