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Awakening in Rimouski I had no idea what the day would bring. I knew one thing, that signposts would mean very little to me! I could have tried harder in my French lessons at school, couldn't I?
This day was all about the St Lawrence foreshore. I had the subsidiary goal of making it into upstate New York to check out a car I was wanting to buy, but once I got underway in the morning I was seriously captivated by the ...
Motorcycle: 171 miles Gouverneur to Stowe, VT Coffee, bagels and conversation with Uncle Dick, Aunt Ann and Cousin Ed open the morning. Mark and Dick go down to the glass shop and make a new bottom for our T-Bag out of Lexan. Lexan is bullet proof, so no worries about this breaking. When they return, we all head over to Ed's new property on Trout Lake. Ed has a terrific spot with ...
... to Pottsdam, no fuses in any auto parts stores… but we did stop at Dunkin. They snagged the rear window defogger fuse to use in the spot for hauling. So that’s done. Dan hooked up our new brake system, it worked. And we are off for a hike, Bear Mountain 3.4 miles up rocky and rooty steep incline to top and a peek a boo view of the Cranberry Lake. Dogs made it fine, Lilly in the lead, Margot trailing ...
... been dropped off by my host dad Joe, and were now being picked up again. Ahead of us were 6.2 miles (about 10 kilometers). At 8.30am we left the lean-to with all the heavy gear on our backs. we had already forgotten how heavy it was. Unfortunately I had been like an absolute amateur that morning packing my bag totally wrong, i.e. all the heavy things on the top and on one side, which made wearing my backpack much, much more difficult. The weather was still good, but the paths still ...
... of boys would have a place where they could sit in peace, gaze out at the lake, and leave memories behind. A new Number 2! Surely the Scouts from the surrounding campsites would visit it with some frequency and there find relief from the pressures of the day.
The architects had done a superb job- the building is perfect for its assigned purpose, and the carpenters and roofers were doing an awesome job making the ...