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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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October 2, 2014
Last night we found that the Walmart we had chosen happened to be a popular hang out for the local high schoolers. They spent the night shouting, revving their cars and generally being annoying. Thankfully, we each had taken a Tylenol PM and fell asleep. This morning.....no trace of them and both of us well rested.
After breakfast of eggs, "road kill home fries", bacon, bagels and juice we headed back the way we ...
... will be , as we have no TV to watch the news we will just have to make a story up that fits with what we saw...
We went to a lobster place for dinner that was floating on the water but as there was a bit of movement we decided to move onto another Lobster place that was on land but overlooked the Harbour. I had another Lobster Roll but it wasnt a patch on the one from Alma NB.
We are back in tent city and tomorrow we are off to Cavendish.. and we all kn ow who lives ...
Went from Mt Desert Island, ME to Moncton, NB today. Brutally hot again getting up to 34 in Calais when I crossed the border. 370 Miles.
Fortunately, the border crossing took about 5 min. Good thing there are friendly relations between the US and Canada.
Little bit of a late start getting on the road out of Acadia National Park around 9:30.
Breakfasted in Bar Harbor. Quick sandwich, coffee ...
... s not looking like it will warm up there anytime soon. This means that camping and outdoor adventures are out. This coupled with the costs of taking the ferry to Newfoundland is making the journey there very unattractive. So at it stands right now we may just have to cut out the entire Newfoundland portion of the road trip. Ugggh... Not cool Canada .... not cool...
... fairing was hit with Kawasaki Passion Red that the good folks at RK Buzzels have mixed up for me. The new paint is the new breed of paints that are forthcoming called waterborne or water based. This went on well, but required a much longer flash time. It took me a week to apply the base. Then I just hit the thing with a whole can of lacquer. This is where I found my limits. You just can’t stop the orange peel, then the dust particle find their way to the wet paint. I ...