Econo Lodge Moncton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and sharing stories about travel and family. Both the other couples were from British Columbia. We exchanged information and may try to see each other again if our paths cross again later this year. Very nice folks. We have found the most interesting people when traveling around.
When we all got too cold we parted ways and went to our respective "houses". We made a light supper of crumpets and cocoa and worked on the internet until ...
... 20 foot swells. This was interesting. It was fun for the first 20min, but I was starting to feel a little nauseous. I went into the cabin and discovered passengers throwing up all over the place. I told Paula it might be time to start scoping out the washroom. I found it just in time. Ha. After a few dry stomach heaves, I felt a bit better. However, I had to stand near the railing at the stern of the ship. The ship slowed down and we were rewarded by 3 Humpback Whales. ...
... the trees. It set me thinking as I looked at these green walls each side of the highway.
Those trees were soaking up the nutrients from the ground moist from the last of the melting snows and the heavy rains of the previous week, they were pumping up the moisture through the sapwood and feeding it into the limbs that reached out for the sun to transpire into the atmosphere. That's how it all ...
... but she was not concerned as it doesn't seem to be sharp edges. it might pass on it's own but time will tell. she was concerned if the stomach is full because of a blockage, hence the puking and full belly. Maybe the banana peel she ate last week. But concern that the stomach could flip which is a concern with these types of dogs. If it doesn't come down, a surgery might be necessary.
So, we decide give her med trials ...
... crossing at Calais, Maine does not permit the use of their public restrooms. So, we drove ten minutes down the highway and made a rest stop at the Irving in Baring, Maine. Each of us opted for a yummy milkshake from their nifty self serve vending machine.
We are now heading for Bangor to switch drivers. The driver we had from Moncton will stay behind in Bangor, and two new drivers Terry and Jim will board for the duration of ...