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Old 08-06-2014, 03:52 PM   #226
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I'm in Val-d'Or!! Yippeeeeee!!
Funny how your mind makes up the worse scenarios and boy am I glad I just ignored it and chose to go the dirt way from Belleterre to Val-d'Or.
Anyways, let me go back to the time that I was leaving Mary-Ann's home.

Gord (FINNDIAN) Mary-Ann and the kids were leaving at noon to go to Michigan for the long weekend.
Gord came by early and helped me replace the headlight bulb which had burnt out. I thought I had to remove the fairing, but luckily Gord showed me how to pull out the rubber cap and then the spring. The rest was easy.
Afterward I packed up the Spirit and quickly got a few things taken care of, i.e. loaded up my prepaid phone, talked to my dad, and got a hold of Jim to finalize out meeting place.
Time speeds up on me occasionally, and I'm afraid that I was making Mary-Ann nervous by not having left yet , sorry Mary-ann!!
We were all out of there at noon.
Gord had given me some roads to ride and that's where I was heading. I had forgotten to put in my ear plugs so I stopped on the side of the road to put them in, beep beep, there passed Gord and family!
I enjoyed the road along the lake, gorgeous!!





I found the turn off to a road around a little peninsula to the right, and I thought I could ride around the coast. Unfortunately there were a gazillion homes there, and the gravel road dead-ended. I had missed a turn. I rode back and found the turn I missed, but that road turned into a very dark tree covered mud road that I decided I did not want to take.
So I turned around and got back on the Highway.

Gord had told me about Hwy 556 that bypasses Sault Set. Marie, and goes through Ranger Lake. It's mostly dirt and ends up on Hwy 129 where I would be able to find a camping spot along the river.









After a few miles or really hard, teeth chattering washboard (which my XOG really didn't like), the road turned easy to ride and quite relaxing. Before I knew it I hit 129 and went South.
I kept looking for the spot between two sharp turns, and I found it. Unfortunately, or should I say fortunately, it was utterly crowded!! Yep, so not my style…..
I kept going al the while looking for a little side road to the river.
I was getting closer and closer to Iron Bridge, when I noticed a very dark and narrow dirt road
I made a quick turn as I had already passed it, and rode through the sandy ditch onto the little road. Luckily it wasn't very long, and I had to duck occasionally as it looked like nobody had been here for a while.


I ended up at a wonderful little spot at the river


Looking back where I had come from. Perfect!!


I pitched my tent, where by the looks of it, some folks used to camp and had left a couple of chairs
It was wonderfully peaceful, the birds were twittering and the sound of the river, albeit pretty loud, was soothing.
The mosquitos weren't bad, and the mosquito lotion I had found at Walmart, Off botanicals, was working great!
There were plenty of flowers around the tent and the river and I couldn't help but put them in my camera's lens







I also discovered that the previous "tenants" had made a "bathroom"!!!
A tarped in square with a roof that had collapsed, but the pit and the really beautiful toilet with seat, was still there. I cleaned it up a bit, and enjoyed going to the bathroom in style!!
I slept great, again, and once I woke up decided that I wanted to hang for a day.
As it was getting too hot in the tent, I opted to hang my hammock between the trees for some shade.


Heaven!!!

I spent my day hanging around (literally) reading and crocheting, and closing my eyes while listening o the river and the birds.


View from within the hammock

As I woke the next morning, i had a very unsettling feeling in the pit of my stomach, I couldn't explain why. I kept looking at the trees and the river, but I felt like I was being watched. I kept my bear spray handy, and my ears open to the sound of snapping branches, but heard nor saw anything. I fired my tent off so the sun wouldn't have to work too much, and packed up quickly. By now my mind was literally screaming get out, I still had no idea why.
As soon as I was packed up I rode out of there, and once I hit the road the feeling subsided. What the …..?????
Oh well, hard to tell what is in my mind and what is really there sometimes. Still, I have learned to listen to my gut feeling.


I rode toward Greater Sudburry and decided to make a little detour into Espanola to buy some food for on the road. I had a hard time finding what I was looking for, no Tasty Bites or anything similar. Bummer. Afterward I continued and took 144 North toward Timmins. Halfway there was the turn off to Shining Tree and Gowganda. I figured that I should have no trouble finding a place to pitch my tent.
Of course while I was riding I glanced at my speedometer, yikes, already that many miles??
I thought I'd gas up at Cartier, but there was no gas station. Well hopefully there will be one at Shinging Tree or Gowganda.
Luckily, right at the intersection of 144 and 560 was a gas station! Phew!!! I've got to do a better job at keeping my tank full!
There was a rest stop too, with some huge bushes with some lovely flowers.




Couldn't decide which to post, so I posted them both

As it was getting toward sunset I stumbled upon a rest stop but it had a no camping sign. However, right across from it was a small gravel road.
Hmmmm, I was thinking of how nice it would be not to have to offer my butt cheeks for breakfast to a bunch of hungry mosquitos, so and I walked down it a bit to see if I would be able to pitch my tent alongside of it. Sure enough, there was a spot big enough for my tent!
I walked back to Spirit, hopped on and rode on the little gravel road.
I put my tent up in record time as the mosquitos were horrifying!!



Made myself a late dinner and immediately crashed, I was tired!!
The next day I rode to Englehart and New Liskeard to see if I would have better luck finding some vegetarian meals, but only found some packages of rice noodles. I did find a bulk food store where I stacked up on a bunch of goodies to make my oatmeal out of.
Seeing as my 12 volt adapter was also biting the dust I looked around for a new one, hoping that maybe that was the reason why my GPS would not turn on, or if it did would stop it from turning off immediately. I felt rather lost without my GPS. Back to reading maps I guess.

I got into Quebec at 5:30 and stopped by the tourist info. They were closed!!???
Hmm, on the internet it said they were open till 6! Guess the page is old….
I stopped at a gas station to see if they had a map, but they didn't. Finally at a little town before Laverlochere, I found a small local map, but it had the dirt road on it that I wanted to take, or at least had one of them on it.
Turns out that the other dirt road washed away so the only one I could go on was toward Val-d'Or.
I was nervous as heck, what was I getting myself into?? My French is not too good and even though I had asked some locals, nobody seemed to have taken that road.
I got to Belleterre in no time, and from there took the road to Laforce. As I was almost there (my XOG miraculously started up again) I saw a sign saying Cascades (waterfalls).
I just love waterfalls, and even though the narrow little road looked iffy, I decided to go and take a look.
Hmmm, I almost wiped out at the end as I hit a patch of sand, but I plowed through it and made it to the top.
After parking Spirit at a little table I waked off to find the fall.
Yep, not easy to get to, and I was in no mood to keep hiking between the shrubs in my hot jacket which I didn't wan tho take off as there were plenty of bloodsuckers about.
I took a pic from afar.



It was getting late as I got back to the bike, and I looked around…..
"This is really a nice spot", I said to myself. So I decided to stay and hoped nobody would throw me out.




pitched my tent under a tree and parked Spirit close the the tent. The moon was already up.
Of course the big plus that came with my little camping spot, was an outhouse!!
Once dark the mosquitos left, and within no time the temperature dropped considerably!! No idea how cold it was, but the inside of my tent got wet quick!!
I checked my cell, but had no reception, bummer!
I did however sleep wonderfully!!

I woke up rather early, a bit before 7, and was at odds with myself. Should I leave or should I stay??? I loved the spot, but had no idea what the road to Val-d'Or would be like, or how long it would take me.
I did want to get to Ste.-Anne-du-Lac a day before Jim got there, so I could relax and be rested. In the end I opted to leave and packed up between rain bouts (the tent dried luckily).
The ride going down hill toward the main dirt road went smooth, the rain had tightened up the sand a bit.
Did I mention I was a bit of a nervous wreck starting this dirt road??
On the map were so many turns and turn-offs that I was afraid to get lost, as my sad GPS no longer turned on.
Still, I figured how bad can it be.
Before long I actually saw a sign that said Winneway, perfect!! Little did I know that even though it was a dirt road, there were signs everywhere, and the road was not nearly as long or confusing as the map made it look.


The gravel road itself was indeed gnarly at times having been freshly grated (why oh why do they do that???) but there were lots of solid hard packed stretches too.

At one point I saw an animal smack dab in the middle of the road, it did not move, not even when I stopped next to it to grab my camera.

Hmmm, what are you?? He was not scared at all, actually he was rainy his hackles at me!!






Stopped to take a pee when I noticed a while bunch of these, yum!!

Before long I got to Rapide Sept, and then to Val-d'Or.
Al that fear and worry for no reason.!! I gassed up and put the air bcd into my tires and found a Burger King.
I got lucky!! They had an electric plug!! So here I am, having eaten a huge batch of fries (they were out of medium baggies) and a huge cup of iced coffee (the kid had forgotten that I had paid for a small). My lucky day today!
So here I am, close to Ste.-Anne-du-lac and it is only Wednesday. LOL.
I'm gonna find a place to kick back a couple of days and ride into Saint Anne on Friday to get the lay of the land so I can tell Jim where exactly to meet me.
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Old 08-06-2014, 08:05 PM   #227
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Loooking goood!!!
Desiree's all tune and fit.. now to load up 2mro check more things off the list and head out Friday Morning!

Note: Is your XOG cutting out do to the cord where it plugs into the unit itself?!?!?! I had one do that once.. and I can bring a new cord.
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Old 08-07-2014, 05:46 AM   #228
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Esther,
I just finished reading your year on the road report ,and caught back up with this one.
First of all, great reading, and fantastic photos you really do have a lot of talent and admirers. That must be rewarding.,actually it looks like it has been!! I'm going to make a couple of comments.. and I hope you forgive me!
I'm coming close to the end of my days where I live life with my primary focus being my kids although I doubt i will be able to stop! don't get me wrong, a big part of that has been setting an example regarding recreating, a lot!! we gave them choices but only between activities that we directed them towards that we knew would be good for them. Team sports for fitness and socialization, individual sports or music to teach them dedication and hard work. No offence to anyone but skateboard parks and life revolving around computer games were not amongst the choices. Secondary education was just expected right from kindergarten! school did not end at grade 12. This lifestyle was not cheap but we also felt it important for one of us to be home with the kids for thier formative years so my wife did stuff from home and I have been a shift worker for 24 of the 35 years so far in my work life. I still have not found my ultimate career but I'll be done work in another 5-7 years. Why do I bring this up.. Well it has been tough! I'd like to ski, ride bicycles and motorcycles, Kayak , climb mountains and just hang out in a campground . The workplace is not my natural setting and It has taken effort every day to stay vital and healthy in body and spirit while living up to my responsibilities of being there and showing my family what it takes to be a functioning productive responsible member of society.Boy when I get out on a moto trip do I ever appreciate it!! Some levels of depression exist in my genetics as well so dropping out could have come my way as an option if I were to let it! They have heard me rail and rant about greed and commercialism, corrupt politicians and injustice in the world (shift workers can kinda get out of whack!) but they also have watched me pull it together and get stuff done so we can play. I'm not scolding you ,but offer food for thought. I have read so many times how work does not agree with you. That's what you tell yourself so you believe it! yet you like nice things like the new Schuberth helmet and MSR tent. You are obviously talented and resourceful. use it to earn a living and tell yourself how cool that is that you are able, not how dreary and stifling it is. you read a lot you know about self talk! final thought on the work topic. who will provide for you in your Golden Years ? how will you survive if you do not lay some sort of foundation while you are able bodied?
I thought Hippies were about being peace, Love, and tolerant. If you are going to live a nomadic campground life your going to hear some stuff. if you want gauranteed quiet you need a house of your own to close the door the world is not a controlled environment. I have good friends that are Vegan! it is very difficult to do properly. You state that you are lazy, and sometimes you seem scattered. Bodies and Brains need protein for you to function optimally a majority of the humans on this planet seem to accept this, even those of us that hate killing things .Personally I try not to think I'm smarter than the overall majority. getting upset if someone cooks meat by your tent (at a reasonable hour) in a campground seems unreasonable to me. bottom line is you seem to have lots of objections for such a free spirit! I could go on as I read your first RR during The last week and a lot of thoughts both positive and not so came to me so at least you are positively thought provoking!! SOOOO please have safe travels and if you are truly happy,safe and have no concern for the future then please disregard this unsolicited .02 cents worth of sleep deprived nightshift rambling. KTRSD
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Old 08-07-2014, 06:18 AM   #229
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IAs I woke the next morning, i had a very unsettling feeling in the pit of my stomach, I couldn't explain why. I kept looking at the trees and the river, but I felt like I was being watched. I kept my bear spray handy, and my ears open to the sound of snapping branches, but heard nor saw anything. I fired my tent off so the sun wouldn't have to work too much, and packed up quickly. By now my mind was literally screaming get out, I still had no idea why.
As soon as I was packed up I rode out of there, and once I hit the road the feeling subsided. What the …..?????
Oh well, hard to tell what is in my mind and what is really there sometimes. Still, I have learned to listen to my gut feeling.
Always good to follow your instincts. I had that very feeling while walking into a fire line in Montana. We were at the 7-10,000 foot level and I was walking alone for a couple miles to get to the spot where I had folks working. I had that feeling that something was near me and watching. I would stop, look around listen and there was nothing. It was hard to suppress the feeling of panic and flight that was beginning to develop in my mind as I went through possible scenarios in my mind.

When we walked out there were fresh cougar tracks all along where I had walked in the morning and the cat had made a fresh kill about 1/2 mile from the area. A fellow who hunts them said they were curious creatures and sometimes will just follow and watch people or prey without doing anything, and in fact he would use it as a hunting tactic.

Not saying that is what was happening to you but your "spidey" senses were telling you to be aware and that is what you should do.
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Old 08-07-2014, 06:21 AM   #230
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Thanks for taking us along and taking the time to tell us! Enjoyable and entertaining.

'Always good to follow your instincts.' Absolutely! You can alway rationalise about it later.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:40 AM   #231
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I have read so many times how work does not agree with you. That's what you tell yourself so you believe it! You are obviously talented and resourceful. use it to earn a living and tell yourself how cool that is that you are able, not how dreary and stifling it is.
There is a fine line between telling yourself something that isn't true and motivation yourself!
Work so far hasn't agreed with me, as I have yet to find what it is that I enjoy doing.
I did passionately love costuming, but getting paid $2000 for 600 hours or more of work, just doesn't work.
I will eventually find a way to make my creativity work for me, nothing else will do.
I can already hear your objections, LOL, I will NOT settle for anything other than what my being craves, namely creating!!
What is the point of living (once you've done your duty and taken care of your kids) if all you are doing is working to make money, even though you hate what you have to do for it?

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who will provide for you in your Golden Years ? how will you survive if you do not lay some sort of foundation while you are able bodied?
Well, that is just too far ahead for me to think about. I am trying to live each day as it comes, and know the universe will provide. Right now IS, tomorrow might never be.

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I have good friends that are Vegan! it is very difficult to do properly. You state that you are lazy, and sometimes you seem scattered. Bodies and Brains need protein for you to function optimally a majority of the humans on this planet seem to accept this, even those of us that hate killing things.
That is one thing that I will NEVER do! I decided to be a vegetarian at the age of 5. Even my parents were not able to convince me to eat meat. I am an old soul, stuck in a "reality" that I know is an illusion, but have to admit that I have been too weak to sever ties with it and find the ultimate truth, i.e. strive for enlightenment. As I am at the end of my journey, I realize that I cannot put it off any longer. I need to find the stillness within.

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getting upset if someone cooks meat by your tent (at a reasonable hour) in a campground seems unreasonable to me.
I sure hope that once you go on a trip and camped out between bears, that you have the smartness of mind to not cook meat near your tent. The grease particles will adhere to your tent fabric, and will stay there for a long long time!! Bears will be attracted to it like flies to honey!!

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bottom line is you seem to have lots of objections for such a free spirit!
Who says my spirit is free?? Until I find the truth I am just as tied down as any other human being on this planet!!!
Thank you for your thought provoking works, I really enjoyed your honesty
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:42 AM   #232
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Always good to follow your instincts. I had that very feeling while walking into a fire line in Montana. We were at the 7-10,000 foot level and I was walking alone for a couple miles to get to the spot where I had folks working. I had that feeling that something was near me and watching. I would stop, look around listen and there was nothing. It was hard to suppress the feeling of panic and flight that was beginning to develop in my mind as I went through possible scenarios in my mind.

When we walked out there were fresh cougar tracks all along where I had walked in the morning and the cat had made a fresh kill about 1/2 mile from the area. A fellow who hunts them said they were curious creatures and sometimes will just follow and watch people or prey without doing anything, and in fact he would use it as a hunting tactic.

Not saying that is what was happening to you but your "spidey" senses were telling you to be aware and that is what you should do.
Thanks DR54, loved that story. Who knows what was watching me!!
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Nomad,

Thanks for taking us along and taking the time to tell us! Enjoyable and entertaining.

'Always good to follow your instincts.' Absolutely! You can alway rationalise about it later.
glad you enjoyed it!!
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:45 AM   #234
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I'm camped out at a small lake, with only a bar or so of reception. But my cell tethers quite well to my laptop
Tomorrow I'm heading to Saint Anne du Lac where Jim will arrive on Saturday.
It's been a while since we have seen each other, and I am hoping that even though we live by the beat of different drums, that our rhythms will complement each other.
Today I'm resting and fixing my 12 volt outlet as well as wash some clothes in the lake.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:47 AM   #235
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the "thing" on the road is a groundhog... a bit skinny, so I am guessing pretty young.
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There is a fine line between telling yourself something that isn't true and motivation yourself!......................................... ............Who says my spirit is free?? \

Until I find the truth I am just as tied down as any other human being on this planet!!! Thank you for your thought provoking works, I really enjoyed your honesty
Like the way you think, and nice of you to take the high road on your reply, as lots would not have.
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well, I have just read the opening post, then skipped right to the last page. Yet I feel the need to comment -

You are wise to follow your instincts regarding leaving the camping place by the river. I think we all have the "6th sense" to varying degrees. I am glad to see you are tuned in to yours.

I also understand the concerns and questions posed by Extreme41. Judging by your replies, it seems you have already confronted these things and reached your conclusions.

IDK how old you are, but I am 55 and starting to think about retirement. I have never found that "perfect" job. I think that is because the things that are "perfect" for me would not produce enough income to satisfy my creditors. The good news is, I have reached a point in my life where I don't need to make bucket loads of money, so I can take a job that I at least don't hate. Hopefully in a few more years, I can "retire", and then do whatever I want, and hopefully make a little supplemental income along the way.

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Old 08-07-2014, 05:12 PM   #239
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[QUOTE=NomadGal;24794179]There is a fine line between telling yourself something that isn't true and motivation yourself!
Work so far hasn't agreed with me, as I have yet to find what it is that I enjoy doing.
I did passionately love costuming, but getting paid $2000 for 600 hours or more of work, just doesn't work.
I will eventually find a way to make my creativity work for me, nothing else will do.
I can already hear your objections, LOL, I will NOT settle for anything other than what my being craves, namely creating!!
What is the point of living (once you've done your duty and taken care of your kids) if all you are doing is working to make money, even though you hate what you have to do for it?

That's my girl!!!
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Old 08-07-2014, 05:32 PM   #240
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Esther, I have followed you from the start of your adventure here. I don't think I have chimed in before. But after reading xcountry41's post and then seeing your response I decided to add something.
As I get older myself (approaching 70!) I have realized how so many people do not take well to criticism, well meaning or not. I think xcountry41 was well meaning and sincere, and I can understand where she is coming from.
But what makes me take the effort to post today is your exemplary answers to her points. Not one bit of anger, just very well thought out responses of what works for YOU, maybe not xcountry41 or others, but very importantly, it works for you! And for that I applaud you and your courageous adventure of a lifetime! Reading all these many months of posts, and insights into your world, I feel that you will continue to find what you are after, even if it is just that "right" turn on some back road.

And, it goes without saying, THANK YOY for taking the time and efforts to take us along with you. I look forward to following you as the adventure continues!
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