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... so I tackled my blog for the day. I might actually get to sleep before midnight tonight!
Along the way, Allison gave us some other anecdotal information. She talked some about Maud Lewis, well known Canadian folk artist who created all her paintings from her one-room home that she shared with her husband in Marshalltown, Digby County, Nova Scotia. Maud herself had physical deformities that kept her in and near her own little ...
... This movement of water as well as other erosive forces carves tiny islands out of the seashore. The most famous area is called Flowerpot Rocks. At low tide they become pillars and you can walk on the sea bottom to view them. Another area on the Bay of Fundy has tidal variations that can be 56 feet. We spent the day here from high tide until almost low tide and thoroughly enjoyed the day. The tide went out at an amazing 1 vertical foot every 10 ...
... But, my best bang for the buck is now the F800GS ahead of the VStrom 1000. I really think the F800 would be comfortable on the highway with a better windscreen. I think you could ride long distances with the 800, and still have a "fun bike" for dirt roads and weekend pavement pounding. The TKCs have to go, in favor of something that hold a turn on pavement. The fun factor, in my opinion, makes up for its lack of power. BMW F800GS Adventure = Front Runner so ...
... on a whale watching tour. After killing an hour with an ice-cream we lined up with 150 other people (!). We wondered what size ship will be sailing on.
This huge Sea Cat showed up. It took us about 30 minutes to board. We rumbled out of the harbour then accelerated to an incredible 67km/h. I have never traveled that fast on a ship that size. Joanna laughed harder than ever when she hung on to the railing in 90km/h winds. As we moved out of the harbour we came into ...
When Janet and I were planning this trip, we needed to go to Rhode Island and Maine because they were US states we had to add to ensure we'd been to all the contiguous states.
But what 'excuse' did I have for going into Maine? There was nothing there to hang my hat on!
The other side of Maine, of course, is New Brunswick and then Nova Scotia. 'New Scotland'. That would provide me with my excuse. ...