Travel Blogs from Piedmont
... near the highway (thank God for that!)
- riding on an ATV/Snowmobile trail through gravel and road-width potholes filled with water for 1/2 hour near Gander, Newfoundland in order to detour the highway that was closed for several hours
- riding through Gros Morne Park to Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland
- staying with Jack Slade in Carbonear, Newfoundland and ...
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Weather: started out with partly cloudy skies with a temperature of 19 degrees, and the temperature continued to rise during the trip until it reached 29 in Montreal. No rain, just a few clouds.
Today I started out feeling a little bit sad that I was on the last leg of my tour. However, ...
... new and had 3'000 km on the odometer.
We started our ride at 12:00, but after 15 km, the warning lights for the battery came on, first yellow, then red. We pulled into an Esso station in Montreal and discovered that the battery was dead, and the bike would not start.
I called Monette Sports, and fortunately they ...
... at least she said there was a mosquito there! But I think this battle the mosquitoes won. It's a shame as the park is really nice, but the constant harassment of the bugs detracted from the experience. Somehow we persevered and walked to the top of one of the mounts (but not the full hike we had planned). The constant swatting meant we weren't taking in our surroundings fully. We could have walked past bears, moose or elk and ...
... we were hoping for) and Caps/Rangers game 7 (the result we were looking for). Go NY Go! It has also been such a treat to spend some time with our little niece Teresa. She is so cute and quite the smarty-pants! We are off this morning to Ottawa/Orleans for two ...
Other places to stay in Piedmont
500 chemin des Frenes, Piedmont | 3 star hotelfrom $87