Just when you thought that my trip was over and I said goodbye to my Kingston Riding Buddy . . .
There's MORE, never before seen exclusive photos of my Montreal Riding Buddy.
It started early on the morning of August 2nd, 2013. Our bikes were patiently resting waiting for another sunny day. Notice there are only 3 riders but 4 bikes are parked, the mighty Vstar* on the left.
Eggs were being poached "freeform" style, just like we do them at home
There was Homemade Hollandaise Sauce being prepared from scratch by our host using a lot of muscle power. You've got to keep that sauce moving or it will turn into scrambled eggs. Notice Mr Scoot Commute used a lot of Low-Cal butter
It was not time to plate these delicacies. How did he know that I love Eggs Benedicts ? and fresh toast smothered with butter
Now comes the easy part, to gobble it all down. Looking at these photos make me hungry. I love Eggs Benedicts . . . Thank you to Scoot Commute and Mrs Scoot Commute for such a delicious parting meal for Vstar*lady who had to be on her way back to Kingston to attend to her Mother
Here we are gearing up and getting ready for the road with Scoot Commute in the lead . He wanted to make sure Vstar*Lady made it safely to the freeway entrance
Here is a short video as we are heading West towards the Freeway to Kingston
We were joking later that we wanted to make sure that Vstar*Lady left town
It was sad to see my Kingston Riding Buddy leave alone without me
But now that the Cat's away . . .
It was now time for my host to head into town and give me a tour of Montreal
There is no way I could ever describe where I had been or where I was but luckily he wrote about it click here
And here is Part One: Riding with the Scoot Commute, a tour of Montreal
Again I did not shorten the straight sections as I wanted you to get a feeling for the Commute from Beaconsfield to Downtown Montreal, and also ride with us through that long tunnel
Teaser photo of the home of the best deli sandwich in Canada, Schwartz's
Notice the long line. No, we didn't eat here, we were too hungry to wait. More to come in Part two with my Montreal riding buddy, The Scoot Commute