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Travel Blogs from Moncton
... just picked it up again. Buzz fired right up. I feathered the clutch and walked Buzz up the beach. I left the Cape behind and started toward Shediac. I struggled through downtown Shediac riding the clutch in first gear. I made a quick stop at my cottage "Sandpoint", and grabbed a bite to eat. Time to head home and watch some football with my fellow Buffalo Bills fan and much better half, Paula.
So what worked? Buzz once again was the star of the ...
... to a call at work and came across a road that was supposed to be "open" but was barricaded. I have never explored Albert County so I told myself this will be the next little day trip. Our mapping at work showed that the Tower road was open west of Osborn Corner Road. After a muddy dirt road that required full throttle in some of the mud holes, I discovered that it was indeed closed, as was the next road down, Jonah Rd.
Buzz's street tires ...
... east coast - this is spectactular - especially if you live in New York City or most anywhere east of the Mississippi River. I believe that any ten mile stretch of the Oregon, Washington, California or British Columbia coastline would be an instant national park on the east coast. What Fundy has that Oregon doesn't is -- Marketing and lots of it.
Tomorrow we look froward to seeing the Hopewell Rocks and the Boar tide at Moncton, NB.
Midday temp: 2C
We are almost at the end of our adventure and wouldn't you know it, it was our worst driving day. It started snowing soon after we left Houlton and it wasn’t long before the snow started accumulating on the road. We stopped in Fredericton and sat for a short while, deciding what we should do: should we stop for the day or go forward? Then it ...
Well, here I am, the last day of riding. I'm sad waking up but glad there is little pain or stiffness. This is the only day I can say my lower back has hurt me. I did some stretches and that seemed to help.
After a good breakfast, we headed down to get our horses ready for the morning. Senegal has such good ground manners I never have any problem grooming or saddling him where some of the other horses seem to object to certain things. We started off late ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed