What a beautiful weekend in New Brunswick, for the first time this year it finally felt like summer. The rain let up after what seemed like a month of monsoon weather.
Pete and I managed to sneek out today for a couple of hours to enjoy Father's Day on the bikes. We took off towards Hampton and ended up over on the Kingston Peninsula. Beautiful riding, on a nice mix of gravel and ashphalt roads. We ended up dropping in on some of Pete's family at their cottage.
I was feeling pretty grumpy, no actually really crusty, as my wife called it. Part of my fustration was changing a flat tire on the XR, which is a pain in the arse. Anyway the ride helped clear out the cobwebs and put me in a proper state of mind again.
Thanks to my wife and kids for getting me Glen Heggstad's book "Two Wheels Through Terror" for my Father's Day present.
Next big trip is a possible run back to Northern New Brunswick and up to Quebec City.