|10-08-2013, 11:24 AM||#1|
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The Road to Hell and Tim Hortons
Hell is a real place.
Although I did not see the Devil, Satan, Beelzebub or the Walking Dude.
I can tell you that it is real and surprisingly cooler than I thought it would be.
I left Cleveland,Ohio and headed to Michigan.
This my friends is the road to hell.
Stopped for petrol near Gregory, MI and talked to a fellow motorcyclist.
He gave me a tip to ride the Dexter Trail.
Photo Taken on the Dexter Trail.
It was getting late and I needed to find a campground.
Spent the night at the Bruin Lake campground.
A few pics from the Bruin Lake Campground.
An elderly gentleman camping near my site stopped to talk about my trip.
He kindly offered some firewood which I gladly accepted.
A warm campfire and a few cold beers = a great way to end a fun day.
Woke up the next morning and started to plan my day.
a map, a passport and a pocketful of Euros to exchange into Canuck dollars.
Let's go to Canada!
I rode the wine route that runs along Lake Erie.
You can't go to Canada without stopping at The Beer Store.
I know we have Tim Hortons in the states but I had never been in one.
Great place to stop for a coffee.
I had a great time in Ontario, even if it was short.
Now it's time to head back to Cleveland.
Next time my wife tells me to go to hell, I can tell her I already went.
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I could go east, I could go west, it was all up to me to decide- Bob Seger
All roads lead toward the same blocked intersection - John Darnielle
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