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  1. I thought I smelt armadillo on the lawn....😛. That's where we stayed, at Parkers Cove....lol. The pic at the beginning of this page was across the street from the lobsta place.
  2. That's a good feed., We loved Digby, went there a few times. If in that area again we found this German restaurant in Annapolis Royal called the Sachsen Cafe. Good food and bakery, I got to speak a little German with the owners. Jagerschnitzel and Gulasch soup was fantastic. https://www.germanbakery.ca/
  3. Anybody see or have a set up like this?
  4. This is different. I like it. Too bad our boat is bigger. I think once the toad is off the top section lowers.
  5. I hope she likes Tequila!
  6. If anyone is interested there is a great seafood festival at Hampton this weekend. We be there doing the field thing.
  7. http://www.kancamagushighway.com/ In NH.
  8. Is this an annual event? Cook extra pork chops next year.
  9. I seemed to have missed the date and place for the cook off?? The menu is looking goood!
  10. It was very nice. We stayed at Ocean Cove Campground. Right on the bay and very quiet. Closet town was Digby which we visited a few times. Best scallops anywhere. Learned a few road tips: Never sleep at a service plaza on the highway, always take the ferry when available and the 2 Walmarts (Moncton NB and Augusta, ME) were good stops for the night. Glad I got towing the toad on the dolly for the 1st time done. Now thats what i call a low tide.
  11. Leaving NS on the ferry tomorrow morning. Very nice here.
  12. Left NH last night instead. Stopped for the night at a 24 hr service plaza outside Augusta. Towing the toad for the 1st time. I'm ready to rock.
  13. This Saturday morning. I have a couple of "important" questions: Where to buy beer and wine? In NH it's at a grocery store, gas stations, etc. Where to buy liquor? Here it's at a NH state liquor store. Thanks
  14. Thanks for the intel report. I'll probably need a day at the final destination to flush out the caffeine.
  15. 504 miles, 7.5 hrs not counting stops. Moncton is our target, but as long as I am a couple of hours past the border we might stop for the night sooner.
  16. Leaving from Fremont, NH. Pedal to the metal....lol.
  17. Route Change. looking to stay on 95 to the border, overnight in Moncton NB. Need to get some extra miles in.
  18. Thanks fer the link Bill. I emailed the FMCA link but they are on auto reply seeing they are in Minot. Going to check out the Yankee Red Sox Travelers as well, lol.
  19. I tried to find contact info for chapters around NH but no luck. Imma gonna email that link that ck sent. I see the chapters listed but no contact info.
  20. Moody Blues- The tide rushes in
  21. We'll be leaving in about 10 days. Getting everything ready, had to rewire the tow dolly as the mice had a snack over the past winter. I'll be towing the toad on the dolly for the first time. Box wine is on the list, probably bring a bottle of Tequila. We will be traveling pretty light until we cross the border, then stock up.
  22. Anyone traveled Route 9 from Bangor, ME to the border at Calais, ME? I would like to know how the road is. It looks like a decent route to take.
  23. Shoot, DW says if I get a small boat the Whaler has to go. I don't see that happening. Maybe I'll sneak it in and say someone gave it to me for free. My luck I'll get caught.
  24. Again???? Yessum be there again this weekend coming. If there is anyone there who see's a dude with a bad attitude, it's not me, I'm the one feeling pretty good dancing w/ DW to some latino music.....
  25. So I loaded DW's Nissan on the tow dolly and noticed maybe 6+" of clearance from the bottom of the rear bumper to the ground. Does anyone think that is sufficient? I had to make wood ramp extenders to get it on as it would have tore up the front
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