Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown
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... of explosives, collided in the Halifax harbor. This, despite the fact that Halifax has the second biggest harbor in the world (after Sydney). The collision caused the one ship to catch fire; and sparks from the fire ignited the explosives on the other and there was a humongous explosion, the biggest in history (until the bombing of Hiroshima almost 40 years later).
Because of the noise of the collision and the fire on the first ...
... by turning it into a chowder and ate quickly in Tidal Bore Park. There were about 2 dozen others milling about and huddling and shivering in the wind waiting with us. We were told that if we were lucky we might have some surfers that will ride the wave in. Well, no surfers arrived so that should have probably been our clue that this was not going to be a rip roaring hang ten event. We saw a little ripple in the distance and heard people ...
So this is the R1200GS. What all high-end Adventure Tourers are measured by. The slow twisty turns riding through the parking lot was a bit odd. The big GS twists from side to side when you rev the engine. I guess the Boxer configuration is responsible for this. I really could not be smooth with this thing at slow speeds. The transmission clunked from first to second to third, and the internal rotary force of the engine was felt at each shift ...
... as she fumbled about trying to get the huge Phallic system operational...Epic fail. However it did provide us with some entertainment in the car as we haven't quite worked out how to change the satellite radio properly . This morning we listened to Elvis sing Gospel because its Sunday...
Kaff found us some great covered bridges on some of the back roads which was interesting as two of them were still working bridges with one of the others closed to cars ...
... it that) looks to be made out of Legos. All blocky and jagged. Makes for fun scrambling and leaping from section to section.
Rode the rest of the way up US-1 to Calais. Lot's of small towns and otherwise not much else. Gently rolling topography. Nothing in Maine is close together, except for when it's time to pass the slow moving cars in front. Then the passing zones are too short.
Gassed up in Calais. Ran into some Canadians who promised respite ...