I promised that the next post would be from Canada...I lied. Neither campsite, Cache Bay, Ont. nor Hudson, Que had wifi. The Verizon aircard carried warnings about $2+ per MB if using Verizonglobal. I logged on as briefly as possible and checked for important emails. Of course all the unimportant ones were downloaded whether I read them or not. Cache Bay was a nice spot. It is on the western end of Lake Nippising which must extend for fifty miles from west to east. After supper I took the camera out to the dock and watched the sunset evolve. I am attaching a couple of uncompressed pictures that I hope you like.
Today was a tough, long day. We rolled out of the campground at 0745. It wasn't a great campground; $48.99 for a site with a very marginal 30 amps, roadside traffic, crowded sites, no satellite access, no wifi and no cell phone. About a half hour later we were in Montreal's morning rush hour. After wasting almost an hour recovering from a missed turn (don't ask), we headed south to Derby Line, VT. There we lost another hour and a half...no hassle, just a long, slow line. Then we traversed northern New England from west to east. These are roads that only a logging trucker could love. On those few occasions that 50 MPH was permitted, it was nearly impossible to achieve it. All in all it took us eleven and a half hours to go 368 miles. We pulled in just as happy hour was breaking up. The usual crew helped me with the setup. Durelle made chop suey while I crashed. We are so glad to be in Maine and to be parked for a while.