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... to see her on duty again. She said, "Oooh, I saw your name come up on the orders during the week so I kept a special car for you." In fact, what she'd done was phone her boss and ask what they had lying around and got him to send in something a bit spesh. Now, it wasn't a Challenger, (how I wish) but it was the Dodge Charger 5.0 Which packs a friendly amount of grunt. :-D
Saturday morning finds me blowing up the I-93 ...
... collection of Indians (made just up the road in Springfield, Mass.) as well as a chopper exhibit and a very nice collection of military and police bikes. After the museum we headed out to Manchester and had a somewhat difficult afternoon of riding due to the traffic flow, or lack of traffic flow, through Danbury and Hartford. The light misting rain did not help either. We stopped for gas ...
... a problem with parking here so didn't get to see much else. :-(
Continuing on, we ended up under Boston. Yes, UNDER! You get to see the skyline from one point and then everything takes you in a VERY long tunnel under Boston. When (and if) you arrive at the other end you are on the other side of the city. NOT FUN! We are very glad that we are in the ...
Today began with breakfast on Mascoma Lake consisting of grilled cheese, sweet potato soup and apple pie, very American. We pedaled out through a light rain in the New Hampshire forests; hilly but beautiful. We had chosen Concord NH as a stopping place, but I chose to continue on to make the push to Boston easier tomorrow while the Quebecers got a motel in Concord. We will meet up in Boston, however, to recap and enjoy the city. ...
... taking a free, ranger led trolley tour of the town. Next up was a ranger led canal boat tour along with a stop at the Pawtucket gatehouse. We would visit a restored boarding house and learn how these girls 'lived by the bell'. Lastly, we would visit the Boott Mill museum. This museum has a collection of working looms which allowed us to get a bit of an idea of the noise that the workers had to contend with.