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Day 1 - Getting To Nova Scotia

A few years ago we rode the most western road in Canada. (see that Ride Report HERE)

This year we're riding to the most Northeast piece of land in all of North America...which happens to be right at the edge of Iceberg Alley.

Pretty stoked about this trip. Never been to the eastern part of Canada, nor on a 17 HOUR ferry ride, nor across an 8 Mile Long bridge, nor etc., etc.

This is going to be a trip of a Lot of Firsts!

Here are a few maps of our rough plans-






17 Hour Ferry ride to Newfoundland Island






Circling Newfoundland Island and "only a 6 hour" ferry ride back to Nova Scotia.





In the interest of Time, Finances, & ease of accommodations, the Tri-Glide is in our "home on wheels" until we reach where we really want to ride.

(see more on our new way of getting where we want to ride HERE)






Before getting to Nova Scotia we stop by and see DJ and George at Pro-Action Suspension-

Messing around...




L2R- DJ, Kevin, George







One more stop before we set up camp, unload the TG, and start riding-

Hopewell Rocks...







This place is crazy, google it...








...half the day, where we're standing, is underwater.







Finally, we're in Truro. This is where the Ride Report start!

 

Left out of Hopewell Rock area. We stayed at this Apple Orchard...






...quiet and peaceful place that welcomes camping...







...near the Bay of Fundy.







...heading toward Truro, which will be our base camp for the next couple of days.


Arriving at the Scotia Pines Campground early this afternoon...







...then left to explore...








...some of the country roads in the area.









We have no plan...







...other than to explore the countryside...








...and be back at camp before dark.








This was a great twisty road that turned to gravel...

 

The woods and miles of road...






...are seemingly endless...







...we will need to come back up here to do them justice.






Mary in the Mirror-






We have no real idea where we are in relation to camp, but it looks like rain is coming...






...so we punch in the address of camp to the GPS and choose the fastest route back...






...which gets us on Highway 102, straight thru a 15 minute rainstorm. lol






Back at camp, the rain has passed.







Getting everything ready for an early start tomorrow...






...ride to ferry, then around PEI, then back the long way via Confederation Bridge.

 

Check out this video!

 

 

Next Day HERE