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March 29th – St. Johns, Newfoundland

It’s not raining in the morning but it should be. It’s cold windy and very wet. The temperature is just about 32°F and it would be snowing if we weren’t next to the ocean. It’s oing to be a long day, 900 kilometers, but the road is good and we have a goal. All of […]

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March 28th – Port aux Basques, Newfoundland

The weather since we left Maine has been beautiful. Real Chamber of Commerce post card days with bright sun and blue skies. That changed dramatically overnight. There had been a large low pressure system south of Nova Scotia and its high winds had caused the cancellation of the overnight crossing. Now its rain shield finally […]

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March 27th – Sydney, Nova Scotia

Today we run for the ferry. We’re scheduled on an 11:30 PM overnight crossing to Port aux Basques, NL that takes 6 1/2 hours. We have cabins scheduled so that we can sleep and head for St. Johns as soon as we get off the boat. En route, we’re planning on doing some sight-seeing. Mark […]

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March 26 – Hopewell Rocks to Truro, NS

Breakfast and on the road. We’re on our way to somewhere in Nova Scotia and Marc and Mark want to stop by at Hopewell Rocks which is a provincial park on the Bay of Fundy. Our route today is going to bring us up one side of the Bay of Fundy and down the other […]

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March 25 – Saint John, New Brunswick

We’re up and gone by 8:00’ish. But it’s cold and there are snow flurries. Fortunately, we only get a small amount of accumulation in mounts northeast of Scranton. By the time get back to lower altitudes there snow flurries become intermittent and the road is clear. Up I-84 through New York, Connecticut to the Mass […]

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