It’s always nice to go on vacation but the best part is arriving home so you can sleep in your own bed! A different bed for 28 nights – didn’t have a bad one though!!! Oh maybe the reclining chair on the ferry!!! Lol!!
We had quite the journey! It was an amazing trip! We covered 5 provinces in 28 days. We could’ve used another 28 days and still not seen everything! What a way to celebrate Canada 150 – touring our beautiful country by motorcycle. We have now been in every province/territory except for Nunavut. Each province/territory has their unique beauty! I’m proud to be a Canadian! We have the friendliest people and the most beautiful scenery! We felt welcomed everywhere we went.
I can’t even pick my favourite place – they are all my favourites – Parliament buildings, Rideau Canal in Ottawa – St Lawrence Seaway – Gaspe Peninsula – fantastic riding roads and awesome views – St John’s NL – the harbour, Signal Hill, Cape Spear, the whales, the puffins, and of course O’Reillys!! Gander – the abandoned townsite from WW11. Twillingate – the rugged coast. Deer Lake – beautiful lake and the best b&b!!! The gorgeous ride through Gros Morne National Park. St Anthony’s – the Viking ruins at L’anse aux Meadows. Ride to Port aux Basques – beautiful! Cape Breton Island – sad we didn’t do Cabot Trail but the ride was spectacular anyway!! Halifax – beautiful harbour. Peggy’s cove – the Atlantic Ocean – Lunenburg – Meteghan River for the best meal on our whole trip – coastal highways to Digby were breathtaking – the beaches – the grandeur of the churches. Old Quebec. So much history and beauty!!!
And the ride around Lake Superior – beautiful!!
We met up with our neighbour Onalee and her parents Nelson and Lisa in Wawa. They were heading to Haliburton and we were heading home. So happy we connected!
We knew we were home when we saw the Terry Fox monument and of course the Sleeping Giant!! Love Thunder Bay!!
Thanks to all our family and friends for keeping us in your prayers and a huge thank you to my wonderful husband for keeping us safe on our incredible journey!!! We travelled 6866 miles/10985.6 km.
I hope you have enjoyed following us on our journey!
Bev and Mac until the next time!!!
3 thoughts on “Newfoundland – Day 28 Sault Ste Marie to Thunder Bay – Home Sweet Home”
so glad you are back safe and sound! Enjoyed all the pictures.
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What an amazing adventure! Thank you for sharing your stories and photos! I’m going to the East Coast now for sure!
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You have to go!!!