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Little 4Runner on the Prairie

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The Prairies Despite everyone’s warnings about how boring the prairie states are, we have really enjoyed our week long journey across them. After our brief visit to the US we crossed the border back into Canada, but Ike completely biffed…

The New Land of the Scots

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The last post left with us disembarking from the ferry into Nova Scotia.  View from the ferry. About to pull free from the ferry And this was waiting for us in the Nova Scotia terminal.  I would love to know what…

Week 4: Prince Edward Island

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I’m starting to get an inkling of what it was like for my ancestors as they tried to settle Nebraska, and I don’t like it. Lemme roll that back a bit.  I love watching storms roll in.  One of the…

The last leg of Pan America Overland — Halifax, Canada

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Due to unforeseen circumstances this blog entry was delayed and only finalized in Cape Town after our arrival back home at the end of our long trip. Nevertheless, we hope those of you who have followed our progress and sent messages…

Vancouver Island Part 2

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If the weather did not turn, we could have stayed at our blissful campsite at Lake Cowichan for days, however, a storm front made us decide it was time to move on. We had read about the Cowichan Valley which…

Vancouver Island- Part 1

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Years ago I saw a picture of Vancouver Island, in the picture there was a wild coastal beach with tide pools that had deep purple starfish. I am not sure why, but it it stuck with me. I wanted to…

How “The Chief” kicked my ass

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So I got my ass handed to me by “The Chief” and it was not pretty….but I am jumping ahead. We arrived from the Alaskan ferry to Prince Rupert, Canada at 2 AM (who ever does the ferry schedules is…

All Roads Lead to the Moon Episode 14

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Now those of you who follow the videos might wonder where Episode 13 went, it could be superstition or slight confusion but we skipped from 12 to 14 so don’t worry you haven’t missed it. As always I appreciate comments,…

Niagara Falls Ontario

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We set off yesterday in the pouring rain and the temperature had dropped like a stone also, it caught us out a bit and we had to stop after 100 miles for a heat up and to dig the heated…

Back into Canada

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As has been the case since we left Anchorage this part of the trip has been about getting in the miles to get us back on track. Last night (Tuesday) we stopped in the town of Gaylord which is of…

Six Months On The Road

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This week we will be on the road for six months. Six months of travel through the US, Canada and Alaska. How did we do? Kilometers We have driven almost 27.000 kilometers. Way, WAY more than we planned. We thought…

Calgary and back into Montana USA

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FcanadaWe left Banff in the heat and headed into Calgary to spend an excellent weekend with the Doyle’s who we originally met on the ferry from Prince Rupert to Haines. Kevin put us up for the weekend and along with…

The Maritimes

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It became obvious when we had entered New Brunswick because most of the street signs were also written in English. Campbellton, New Brunswick is situated on the south bank of the Restigouche River opposite Pointe-a-la-Croix, Quebec. We found a perfect…

Telkwa to Banff, Alberta

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After leaving a very wet camp at Telkwa we were tired and wet so we decided to get a decent hotel in Prince George which turned out very well. Much needed sleep and heat and a dry out was the…

Anchorage to Telkwa

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The part finally arrived on Thursday but we didn’t get the bike back until late afternoon so it was another night in Anchorage. Our new friend John left a note through our door that if we wanted a buddy of…

Driving the Alcan

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When traveling, there are moments when I think “we are really adventurous” or “I can’t believe we just did that” (such as the time we got lost on a solo hike in the Hmong Villages in Vietnam near the border…

Into Canada, Banff and Jasper

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Glacier National Park is called a Peace Park because it is the only national park that that spans two countries, the US and Canada. We spent all of our time on the US side. The Canada side of the park…

The long haul across north America — Mississauga, Canada

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We imagine that many who have been reading our earlier blog entries must have recently wondered if we had sunk without trace after getting back to Fairbanks in Alaska from Prudhoe Bay on the Arctic Ocean coast. After all Prudhoe…

The Cabot Trail…

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The weather had improved, and after checking to see how long before the next cold front would come tearing down over Cape Breton, I saw that I had a very short window of opportunity available to me. We took the…

BIG Birthday, No Bash !!

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Since the day we started out on our epic ride, the Big Fella and I have marked our journey by the numbers… The exact place where the Big Fella reached a huge milestone of his own. This is on the…