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... and the graceful curve of the rivers below reflect the radiant fall plumage. The majestic maple shows off her crown of crimson red leaves as the acknowledged Queen of the Harvest. The golden birch and aspens are her shy ladies in waiting, letting her shine in all her glory. With last nights rain and dark clouds above, the colours are gorgeous deep shades, but the fireworks begin when the sun shoots through the leaves like a cathedral ...
... and discovered another problem. I lost my tail lights again.(!) So, a little recap on our situation. I have no tail lights, one driving light is zip tied at an odd angle, and Jo has no headlights. So you can guess how we traveled. I led, and he followed me down the Trans-Canada Highway. We arrived at Jo's sister house well after dark and was rewarded with a beer and a spare room. Nice People. Jo's Brother in law is one of those naturally funny people, so I had some laughs. ...
... Some statistics:
We travelled 12,622 km in StarII
We travelled an additional 4,308 km in our Fiesta
We also travelled 4,029 sea miles during the Mexico segment of our cruise and 9,292 km on the Hawaiian segment.
In the US:
Our least expensive gas was in Albuquerque, NM and in Oklahoma City, OK $2.96 per gallon.
Our most expensive gas was in Houlton, ME $3.82 per gallon.
... start was a short movie about the period followed by a trip underground (80 feet) with a very good guide who actually worked the mines.
See the pics below and you'll see we had to do someatelyn stooping to get through the passages.
Today I headed to the Cabot trail and had an excellent ride around the trail with only a car or two in front of me for a very short period of time. The weather has been good with a ...
... to stern. We've driven this 'train' from Moncton to Halifax, Halifax to Pictou via Antigonish, and it's last journey was from Pictou to Halifax and back to complete the process of loading it up for our full time RV lifestyle.
We've named our motorhome Star, only appropriate since we feel like stars, sitting up high in our starbridge. Some info: