St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 13

At the next stop, somewhere around Medora, North Dakota, we stopped to look at the landscape, as it was very similar to Drumheller in Alberta. There were wild bison here, although I didn’t see any. DId I mention I am a very lucky person? Just going back over these photos I feel like I won the lottery – it was such an awesome trip. I happened to glance down at Dave’s tire and...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 9

Leaving Jasper was quite cold, and we got a bit nappish somewhere along the way – and pulled over into this little village in the middle of nowhere. I suggested going down a dirt track (had to get some offroad riding in) and Dave valiantly steered his fully-loaded bike down the path to the train tracks. Pulled out the old blue tarp and had a bit of a nap. I love how the clouds just hover...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 7

Drumheller, one of my favourite stops of the trip If you look closely, there are people in his mouth. In the Heart of the Canadian Badlands in Southern Alberta, the Drumheller Valley is a peculiar deviation from the flat lands of the prairies. I got this photo from Panoramio, (I can’t yet fly, so I had to borrow an aerial photo). Drumheller has the richest deposits of fossils and dinosaur...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 6

So we saw these cool waterfalls and stopped at a rest stop for a breather and bum break, there were lots of these stops – I didnt document them all. It started to rain – we pulled into this gas station (Huge wall mural, largest in North America they say) I was dressed for the rain And the rain kept coming, however my Tourmaster jacket and pants were not up for the challenge and I got...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 5

Woops, lost track of the days already. Um, this would be July 7th Got all the way to Sudbury, and Dave suggested a Hotel, because you know it was getting late and he really needed a shower.. (commence eye-rolling sequence) Blowdrying my sheepskin after a little shower. Dave, very happy. July 8 A little nap in one of the rest stops in Ontario (Apres Sudbury) Dave’s helmet starts to fall...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back part 3

Mike and Staphanie escort the drifters… So we all went for a ride – with Stephanie leading the pack, myself then Dave in the middle and Mike holding us all together in the back. Here are some pics from Mike’s camera. Dave showing off his “pucker moment” pants. A bit of a downpour on our way out of town… Four Lumberjacks And the Video Mike got of our soggy...

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