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... gulp!) for diesel fuel, with Ontario being the least expensive. On the bright side, we didn't have to search around for the least expensive gas. We were very happy, though, when we arrived at the border town of Calais, Maine and diesel fuel was $3.79 a gallon!
Overall, prices are higher in Canada. Canadian HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) is 13% in Ontario and in the Atlantic provinces.
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... we rode 845 kms from Bristol, Virginia through West Virginia, Maryland and finally Pennsylvania straight up Interstate 81. It was overcast all day and we did encounter some drizzling rain but only for about an hour.
The mountains of Virginia and the rolling hills and fields of West Virginia were spectacular. We had an amazing view of the river ...
... shoes - so far my feet love them, and no pain at all today. Saturday, June 28 2014 Waking up to nice cool morning :). Hiking was great today, a lot of the usual awesome views, and some more good stuff. First up was a box turtle....that could actually run! He almost got away from me...lol...but just almost...I got him! Next we ran into trail magic, Bag Of Tricks and Jester! Great individuals, great stories from both of them. We chatted for a long while, ...
... and glad to see us. He was only expecting Gabrielle and Cheyenne. On Steve's recommendation we had lunch at Bert's Diner in Palmerton. Marie had pork chop with mash and fried onion rings, I had calf liver with green salad and carrot and raisin salad,and a peanut butter and chocolate milkshake and rice pudding - HUGE and yum. Gabrielle had breaded mushrooms (only 12 this time) and clam strips. Chey had a ...
... threatened Rain all day, but that kept it cool out - only one little rain burst for about 5 minutes. We made it to the 501 shelter, and met a family that was thru-hiking. Pretty large group, so I think it was 2 families. The shelter had a solar shower, but it was kinda cold, so I heated up water on my stove, and used my camel back to take a warm shower with :) . We headed out and planned to do another 15 miles. As we hiked down the trail to the stream, there was a toad ...