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We stopped here to view shipping traffic passing through the locks. The largest ships are 1,000 feet long by 105 feet wide. These are domestic carriers too large to transit the Welland Canal that bypasses Niagara Falls and, consequently, are ...
... a very long ride.
My jeans under my Frogg Toggs got SOAKED! I didn't dry out at all today.
Rode 468 miles, and the last 25 or so was only scattered rain and sun. Finally got to see some of the coastline during the last hour.
Had lunch in Wawa at the place with the ...
... an interstate. Most of the TC is not limited access, which means a lot of traffic and stoplights north of Toronto. I thought at the time that the drive to Vancouver would be unbearable...imagine driving from Atlanta to Los Angeles on a federal highway instead of interstates. Thing is, Canada is sparsely populated outside of major cities, so you could drive for 100 miles and not see civilization.
That means the drive is full of ...
Arrived in Michigan at around 4pm. You know the guy that has 15 cars behind him and can't pass, that's us. :-) Even though we are not the quickest on the road we seem to have made up some time according to the GPS. We are now arriving at our next destination at around 9:15pm instead of ...
... the lakes as we drive to Sault Ste. Marie. Accident nearly happened in front of us impatient drivers overtaking on the hill passing lanes he front combi van was too slow for the Parks Ranger behind him. All just made it o retaking the slow car when the road became one the Parks Ranger is a tailgater.
Finally arrived Grandview Cottages and Camping and it is still raining bit expensive here but it is ...
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