My tour guides have also come from great distances. David, from Montreal and Karen from Kingston, Ontario
I arrived yesterday just after 6pm having ridden another 500 mile day. I was hungry as I didn't stop for lunch again as I was trying to conserve time. We had a delicious "ordered in" pizza. No one wanted to leave the pool in this humid heat so we had our food come to us
We set up camp and chatted the night away. This morning I arose early as usual but forgot about the time change and instead of 6am it was really 7 am. We are staying here another day and it was nice to not have to face another gruelling day on the road by myself. I will now have company for the next while
We are leaving our camp soon to meet with the Steve, the Legend and author of "scooter in the sticks". After that I have an appointment to have my bike serviced at Kissell Motorsports, in State College, PA where I hope to meet Craig Kissell
I am able to finally relax. Nothing strenuous is planned and we may just sit in the sun and chat the day away. The plan is to head to Portland Maine where Mike has/is/about to round up a bunch of lobsters for a healthy dinner on Saturday
We may stay in Portland Maine for a few days. Mike has volunteered to show us around and give us a sample of his most excellent Italian cooking
We will then head north into New Brunswick with our final destination to spend a few days on PEI: Prince Edward Island where we plan to ride over the Confederation Bridge. From there who knows. Most likely return through Quebec, Montreal and then spend some time near the Toronto Area.
I am behind on my escapades of the past few days but they will be caught up soon. Just wanted to bring you up to date . . .
We are finally all in vacation mode
It's so hot here. Feels like 100 F and not wanting to do or go anywhere
My tour guides are planning the next move. My job is just to follow and they are making plans
Back on the road tomorrow but at scenic pace