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... into Magnetic Hill to decompress. In the last 45 seconds, I could have been seriously injured or worse. I remembered why I took my leave of motorcycling 3 years ago. It was situations like this. I consider myself a very defensive driver. Yes, I exceed the speed limit, but never within a kilometer of another human being. So, I had to make a decision of whether to call it quits for the day of soldier on. I chose the latter.
So passing Lyons Country Store ...
August 28th – The Home Stretch
Yesterday was our last full day in Gaspesie. We've really liked the whole area, and would like to visit it again very soon. The Bonaventure River, a beautifully clear and cold salmon river, joins the Baie de Chaleur with a wonderful mix of fresh and saltwater conditions. We put our kayak into the Bonaventure River, just north of the coastline and paddled upstream. The water was crystal clear, with a ...
Given the recent dry spell, we decided to skip the falls at Grand Falls and just drive on towards the national park. In Chatham (part of Miramichi), we stopped for a picnic lunch and some playground time and then drove on.
We arrived at Kouchibougouac National Park in the early afternoon, in time to find a campsite at South Kouchi and still allow time for a visit to ...
After connecting on Facebook several years ago, I was finally able to connect with my old friend Diane so that we could have a visit and get caught up.
We used to laugh at and with each other as she has such a quick wit and sometimes I am not so slow myself!
Finding her was a bit of a problem as she gave lady directions and I had to interpret, Thanks to Coaching ladies for ...
... Wildlife Watch: Otter, Ground Hog, Plover, and loads of other birds
I got up early, hired a car and hit the road. Todays destination the Kouchibouguac National Park of Canada on New Brunswick's east coast and in the Kent region. Ok pause here ... anyone who knows me well, will know I have a thing for not really being able to get my tongue around words etc, so you can imagine my pain, all day, when people have asked me where I was headed. ...