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... on the ferry! So, we all had breakfast together, and I rode with them for a bit. They weren't in any hurry, so I said my farewells after riding with them for an hour and a half, and cranked it, since it still wasn't raining.
All was well until about 50 km from the border. Started to drizzle, then pour. Road got ...
... the "super-fast, I'm from New England, let's go 85" one. Made it to Houlton, Maine by 1700 hours, our original arrival time. No lunch stop today! And overcast, but no rain, thankfully.
Nice scenery, but it whizzed by really fast!
on to Nova Scotia tomorrow.
... the wooden bridge from rot caused by the snow and rain. They certainly do get a lot of rain on this side of the country and it rained the whole way here. Meanwhile in the West they are having the worst drought ever. We are now in Canada, just over the border and on our way to Prince Edward Island which we will reach tomorrow. Tonight we will attend the bar downstairs to cheer on the Montreal Canadiens in their finals Ice hockey match against the New York ...
... in the direction of the fly and ZAP (more like sizzle), no more fly. Perfect.
We were able to leave Moncton in the early afternoon so off we went. We stopped for the night in Houlton, Maine, in the WalMart parking lot. We had no problem at the US border, thankfully. We bought some groceries and had an easy-to-prepare supper. Early to bed ...
Midday temp: 7C
When we woke up today there was about ¼ inch of snow on Star, yet the roads were just wet for a few miles and then totally dry. All day we would drive through snow showers and then bright blue skies. We were surprised at how little snow there was in central Maine but there is a lot of snow here in northern Maine. There was a real absence of big trucks on the road, instead we saw snowmobiles being towed to ...