We loved our visit to Lake George, NY so much, we have visited it several times. In 2010 we went back with our friends and decided to explore Lake George, Fort Ticonderoga and Burlington, VT. The riding is always nice in the Adirondacks. We rode up through Tupper Lake, and Lake Placid. We then went to the town of Fort Ticonderoga, which is a great town with so much history. We ventured to Fort Ticonderoga and took the tour and in town they were having a town fair, which was a fun experience. We went across the lake, Lake Champlain, over to Burlington, Vermont, and stayed near the shore line, which was walking distance to many shops and restaurants. Their is a street near there which is foot traffic only. There was outside seating and music and other activities. We had such a great time.
PEI took us up through New Brunswick, Canada, which we road the coast and it was a gorgeous ride. We drove to PEI via the bridge that connects New Brunswick with PEI, 11 miles long. Our travels took us to Summerside and Charlottetown. We rode the whole island, stopping at Ann of Green Gables, several light houses, even had seaweed pie. Took in a fiddle festival in Rolo Bay. Enjoyed the many beautiful rides along the coast and through quaint villages. We stayed in two great places, Summerside had a great Inn, The Silver Fox and Charlottetown we stayed in a nice place located walking distance from restaurants, local shops and a boardwalk on the water. Another great place to explore.
The Adirondacks in Upper State New York have great roads to ride and explore. We went with friends on our motorcycles to Lake George and Lake Placid. Great rides through Tupper Lake, Lake Placid, Lake George, even up into Plattsburg. Lake George is a quaint town with local shops, restaurants, and many things to do. Route 9 and 9A are great rides with beautiful scenery. Our adventure also took us to Lake Placid, which held the winter olympics in 1980. We had a great time visiting the Olympic Center and the bob-sled track, where you can experience going down the mountain in a bob-sled, which a bunch of us did. What a great experience.
We traveled with a group of friends on motorcycles to Nova Scotia in July 2007. This was our first trip as a group and we had a great time. What a beautiful place to discover. We arrived via ferry from St. John to Digby, Nova Scotia. We stayed in Yarmouth, Halifax, Baddeck, Mabu and Truro. Yarmouth is a quaint town. From there we drove the seacoast to Peggy's Cove, which is a must to see, gorgeous views, to Halifax. Halifax is a great city with a lot of history, great restaurants and places to stay (we stayed at the Four Seasons - great location). During our visit we were able to see the Tall Ships. Baddeck was our next stop on our way to explore the Cabot Trail. We stayed at the Lynnwood Inn and it had a restaurant. The night we were there they had a local musician playing that night. We had a great time listening to celtic music. Next set off to explore Cabot Trail, great riding with beautiful mountain and ocean views. We stopped along our way at a local leather shop, a few lighthouses, a gift shop and overlooks to take in the beautiful scenery along the trial. We stayed in Mabu where we walked to the local pub, the Red Shoe Pub (a must if you visit Mabu). Our walk to the pub there where local kids jumping into the river and others in a town hall a a music recital raising money to go to a music camp. Our last stay was in Truro to experience the reverse tides of the Bay of Fundy.
I am someone that loves to take photographs and travel. I started this blog because I want to share those experiences with you of my journeys that I had with family and friends.