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Pulled into town.
Nice and warm now. Maybe 18C. We found a spot to park and walk for a bit.
We decided to hit a patio overlooking the water. Really nice place. It gave us a chance to sit and reflect. Nice and warm in the Sun
Lunch was a round of scallops each. Couple of pasta dishes and a steak sandwich.
PS: *******n I love motorcycle runs
Nothing special on this post. Just made a choice to fuel up and head out of town.
Finally I can drive and feel my fingers. I realized that I had been driving with all my jacket vents open. No wonder I was so effin cold before..lol
Lots of bikes on the road and many waves as they pass.
... couldn't go any farther without crossing the Great Lakes in October. So they turned around and are headed back to Florida where they started, a good decision in our opinion since the craft is so slow and doesn’t appear very seaworthy. And since one of the stretches of locks we were going through were operated by the same crew (when we would lock through they ...
Day 12 on the Great Meander! Today was a beautiful late summer day. We departed Scott's Mills at 8:20 AM and meandered down the Otonabee River to Rice Lake, stopping for the night below Lock 18 in Hastings. Only one lock today so we made pretty good time and a distance of 37 miles.
The Otonabee River reminded us of the Black River upstream of the I-94 bridge, only wider. There were a lot of overhanging trees and many herons and ...
... much on the same principle as the Kirkfield Lift Lock with two chambers filled with water. One goes down as the other is raised. The upper chamber is filled with a foot more water than the lower in order for it to go down and lift the other. We entered the Peterborough lock at the top. We were the first boat in so we had a front ...