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2013 Motorcycle Season Wrapup
Well there goes the 2013 season folks. It has been a good one. History will show that my return to motorcycling has been a blessing. This has been my best year yet, thanks to Medic Jo and others who have inspired me, and given me back my old hobby. All in all, I have come a long way since July 31, when the Kawasaki Versys 650 joined the family. It is amazing how much fun I have had, for the small amount of money I have spent. I also have ...
... the sound that I took a picture of the ground. Cracked myself up!!
Once again, we are finding everything very expensive here in Canada. Fuel, food, phone, grog, all way too costly. But gotta have it. Tariffs at the RV Parks are reasonable though, as it is 'out of season' time, and not too much going on.
We have a little bonfire most nights, even if it is cold. Must be the Aussie outdoors in us.
Loved this part of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Paula and I both agree that we should take the Goose on an overnighter before school starts. Our schedules are quite tight so we could only manage a few days. My motorcycle friends will be running the Cabot Trail at the end of September. I have been on the Cabot Trail a few times, but never on a motorcycle, so I'm pumped. I think my excitement for this epic motorcycle trip ...
I've just sealed the deal yesterday on a 2008 Kawasaki Versys 650. After toying around the idea of getting a more off road capable machine and spending time making it highway tour able, I went with my first instinct that was the Versys. There is not one machine out there that will do it all (in my price range) so I will be modifying Versys as needed to travel further into the wilderness as time and money present itself. For now I ride.
So after lining up ...
... 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.