Ramada Plaza Dieppe/Moncton Crystal Palace
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Today i went to my first xmas party at the Ramada in Dieppe. There were a lot of people there, made me a bit shy. Our group took two tables this year! Too bad we couldn't all sit together. So the night started with me forgetting to dress up a bit. So France helped me out with festive red and green. My antlers were never so cute. And my festive ball …
When driving through Quebec and New Brunswick, there are MOOSE signs everywhere. Moose crossing, beware of moose, pay attention for moose. My father does not believe moose are real. He has travelled these roads hundreds if not thousands of times and has yet to see the infamous moose that crosses all the roads. On this day, I saw the moose! We were driving down highway 11, I was reading our travel book, trying to plan out our day and I suddenly hear Chris say "Oh ****". Far ...
New Glasgow NS to Moncton NB via PEI
July 14th 2014
I got up in the morning and replaced another friggin fuse. I tied into one of the small lights in the headlight bezel to operate a 20 Amp relay to power my iPhone, and my heated grips. I have a feeling that this relay is the cause of the short circuit, so I unplugged the relay before replacing the fuse. So I have the tail lights again. I have a spare USB cigarette adaptor that I can just plug into my open ...
... I could photograph was the seawater rushing in to fill the river!
It was now time to remember my 'excuse' for being in this part of the world. It all dates back about 28 years to when I heard a John Laws interview while I was working.
The interviewee was singer Anne Murray, whose song 'You Needed Me' I really like. And during that interview she said that she lives in Nova Scotia ...
... garage. Then the rest of the winter will be focused on my Trans Labrador bound bike.
Step 2, (Digging into the Versys' Plastic Bits)
While waiting for my next paycheck, I began tearing the Versys apart. All the ABS plastic is first. The plan is to clean and paint everything going back on. The fairing will stay red, but all the black bits will be repainted black with the same textured Krylon paint, giving it a more uniform appearance. The JB Weld worked so well ...