Best Western Parkway Hotel Toronto North
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... waited until he had some free time and he fixed the problem with what appeared to be chewing gum (Quick Aluminum, I think) … and didn’t even charge me!
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... course. Saved my bacon a couple times in traffic.
Not that anyone would have noticed. People here don't pay much attention to motorcycles. Even ones that looked decked out for riding a cross a country.
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Ontario seems to have a war with speed. Lots of air enforcement of 100km (62 mph) stretches. ...