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Travel Blogs from Peterborough
Pulled into town.
Nice and warm now. Maybe 18C. We found a spot to park and walk for a bit.
We decided to hit a patio overlooking the water. Really nice place. It gave us a chance to sit and reflect. Nice and warm in the Sun
Lunch was a round of scallops each. Couple of pasta dishes and a steak sandwich.
PS: *******n I love motorcycle runs
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.
... in their truck and meet us at the next lock), no mater how far ahead we could get, we had to wait for the solar boat to catch up. They will probably be a hinderance for us tomorrow as well as we try to get to the end of the waterway.
We are currently moored at the lower side of Percy Reach lock #8 in a beautiful park-like setting. So we have 7 more to ...
... along the banks. It was easy navigation - just keep in the middle between the banks.
Rice Lake allowed us to kick up the speed to our normal cruising speed of 8 mph or so. The autopilot did most of the steering across the lake.
We docked for the day at 1:45 PM and could have gone farther, but we want to stop at Campbellford tomorrow to take advantage of the hydro and water at the town dock. So, we stopped early and will ...
... to the vista from 65 feet in the air. Because the lock chambers don’t get filled to change levels, we were able to tie the boat up and be free to move about and take pictures. But we had to be quick as the 65 foot lowering takes only a couple minutes.
We are docked for the night at Scott’s Mills lock 19. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking