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Jul 2, 2014 - Riding north

Second day of riding with the Wild Hogs After the rains moved through on Tuesday, we awoke Wednesday to clear skies and cooler, drier air - perfect for riding. This morning we left out around 9:00 and headed north through farm country. It was a beautiful ride - lots of pastureland, horses, rolling hills, beautiful houses.....sweet. We met up with friends of Pat and Lorenzo's along the way - Saverio and Diana Cirone joined the Hogs and now we had a gang of 6 bikes! Our first destination was the Caledon Family Restaurant for breakfast. Upon...

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Apr 2, 2007 - Day 1: Calgary - Toronto - Paris

Cook's Tour begins today, April 2. Our 99-day trip is now extended to 101 days (no dalmations involved). Our "bags are packed" (stuffed?) and we're "ready to go...we're leaving, on a jet plane...." (with apologies to Lightfoot). I finally realized that we were not just planning a trip but going on one when we printed our boarding passes last night. Great seats for Toronto-Paris, on the emergency exit row with room to stretch out. The first challenge of the trip followed immediately on printing our passes! How do we get to the airport? Take...

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Aug 8, 2006 - Day 46 Owen Sound to Alliston

Day 46 Owen Sound to Alliston 136.1 km @ 23.8 kph for 5 hr 31 min - total time 6 hrs 45 mins- planned distance 166 km About 13 degrees when we got up , but the day warmed quickly for a sunny day of about 17 degrees. The designated route for today (166 km) was planned to take you on a lot of back roads away from the traffic and through ski hill and drumlin territory (piles of gravel left behind by the glaciers) - However being a Tuesday & after the long weekend almost everyone choose a more direct route - down hwy 6 then hwy 10 to 89 and...

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Feb 13, 2006 - The day with two sunsets

All right, here we go, the final entries you've been promised. We should probably start with a little wrap-up of our last couple of days on the road. Our trip home consisted of three flights: Sydney to Honolulu to Vancouver to Toronto. All of them were with Air Canada, so it should have been a long but simple itinerary. But fate seemed to be conspiring against us from the word go. The alarm went off in Sydney at exactly the time we'd set - too bad, since we'd neglected to account for the hour time change from Cairns. So we got ourselves in...

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