Econo Lodge Moncton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at Crystal Lake. Amazing to see friends I haven't seen for over 30 years! Then to Maine, with one night stops at farms in NY & NH (through Harvest Hosts, which provide free overnight spots for RVers. Both stops were at quiet & beautiful locations!) In Maine we fell in love with Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island. We'll be back. As we arrived US Today had listed Acadia as the nation's favorite National Park - ...
Cornwell: So here we are at the KOA Camp grounds in Cornwell which is a 15 minute drive from Charlottetown. We left our hotel at Moncton around 0900 and went down the road for breakfast at Tim Hortons again due to the line up for free breakfast at the hotel. At least at Tims you still line up but you get far better quality food. So after a Bagel & hot chocolate we set off for the town of Shediac on the Northern coast towards PEI. This part of New Brunswick is all very ...
... a purse each and when we got on the last plane we couldn’t fit our backpack in the seat area. There were no overhead lockers so we were sitting there under our backpacks when the co-pilot came along, as he was the flight attendant as well, and took our bags and strapped them in a spare seat. It was a short flight and we survived with all our luggage.
We have a flash, new Ford wagon to drive. Jenny is going to drive this leg as she gets very tense with ...
... a Pirelli MT60 (in 160/60 R17) would be more puncture prone than a Tourance EXP. (in 150/70 R17) The Pirelli Scorpion Trails worked. I suffered no punctures, but that's not to say that it isn't a concern. Like every other aspect of tire type/size/style, there is no such thing as a "do everything" tire. There is always a compromise... and the tire argument will continue.
I really liked the Versys for this trip. I stand by my choice of either a Versys or a VStrom as the good ...
... many of my favorite places in the valley and introduce her to many of the amazing people in my life. I just love how caring, inclusive and inviting my friends are. I guess that is why they are my friends.
Julie and I made some fuzzy acquaintances when we went to Dempsey Corner Orchard and Farm Market. It was tough to leave the adorable chicks, lamb and baby goat long enough to go for lunch, but well worth it. We ...