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Travel Blogs from Hamilton
Nothing special on this post. Just made a choice to fuel up and head out of town.
Finally I can drive and feel my fingers. I realized that I had been driving with all my jacket vents open. No wonder I was so effin cold before..lol
Lots of bikes on the road and many waves as they pass.
... we reach Trenton. From there we plan to cross the Bay of Quint to the Thousand Islands where we will cross to the American side and visit Clayton, New York, a ninety mile leg that we will probably break in two.
By the way, we've meandered over 500 miles by today!
Here is how a lock works http://www.haworth-village.org.uk/natur e/how/canal-lock.asp
... short day tomorrow. We took some advantage of the short day to tour what there is of the town (not much), pick up a few supplies, and clean the outside of the boat.
Camille bought a couple steaks at the local market and we grilled them on our propane grill. What a life we lead J
Knock on wood, but the generator seems to work ok most of the time. There’s definitely something amiss, but we’ve been able to make ...
... leave in the morning to cross Rice Lake. As usual we are not sure how far we’ll get, but the next lock, at Hastings, is 37 miles away. We hope to get there.
So far our trip has lived up to our expectations. The scenery is spectacular and we have met some very nice fellow cruisers. Oh, and Charlie didn’t jump ship today. ...
... away from any alcohol with a drive forthcoming and general fatigue.
More culling to pass the time on flight #4. Just had a bag of chips for sustenance. Wound up at the carousel way before the luggage.
Out to Park 'n Fly soon enough. A chap was there to assist with the paperwork, something not seen for a couple of years.
Uneventful QEW trip to Hamilton. Got home to Mom, Dad and Tabu around 2320, tired but happy to be home.