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... Courthouse, a man stuck his head out the door and asked if we wanted to take a look inside (it was closed to the public today). We learned he was a volunteer tour guide for the building and we were lucky enough to get a private tour, learning the history of the Courthouse and adjacent jail (they spell it gaol) which now houses the county archives.
Built in 1840, the Courthouse is now ...
... tools and began taking the covers off of the steering column. With the switch exposed I tried hitting it with a wrench. Yeh, I know, get a bigger hammer. We'll after banging on the switch a bit I was successful. The key turned and the engine started. I managed to get everything put back together and we were on our way again. Today we hit a milestone. In Calais, Maine our odometer clicked over 5,000 miles. I ...
... that I was feeling a shudder in the gear shift, and thought that might be a universal joint, of which I had two in the glove compartment? Then on the day in question, I was feeling the motor was feeling sluggish when going up and down the hills headed out to the sea, then upon our return the engine started to tic, and then knock and bang, and started to back fire through the carb. It was an awful sound, and I feared the worst, a dud at 2000 km. With the help of ...
Epic Road Trip Day 12 – 8/31/2010
Miles Driven : 220
Miles on a Ferry: 45
Last night was a long one. We went to bed hoping to get up at 5am and try to make it to Digby for the 8am ferry. That would have allowed us to get to Acadia National Park in Maine and put us a day ahead in our schedule. Dreams of Boston Crème Pie in Boston danced in our heads.
Unfortunately, it didn't work out that way. We learned ...
... west towards Truro, the clouds actualy gave way to blue sky. Once we started heading from Moncton toward the coast and Saint John, the clouds became thicker and while it didn't rain, we had to put the rain gear on because of the wet foggy air. Steve's new windshield seems to have improved his situation, although throughout the day he played with the height and angle to get rid of the buffeting he's experiencing ...