Bob’s Version: Day 10

Day Ten. Got up at 5:30 and left the camp ground and onto the highway. Tire problems seem behind us and all is well with the world. Great hopes for making about 442 miles for the day. What actually happened is tha about 100 miles into the day’s trek the bus stopped running for no apparent reason. This was at 10:00 am. Two ‘mechanics’ spent the next five hours scratching heads and other parts until they found a burnt wire in a connector to the injectors. Finally, at 3:30 we got back on the road and made another 140 miles.
On another note Canada has almost no billboards on their highways, it’s very sad. There isn’t anything to read whilst whizzing down the terrible roads. Apparently it is illegal to have billboards. However, you can park and old 40′ trailer or some other vehicle on private property and attached a huge sign to it. Canada is bizarre. Their hate speech laws are so strict that you are likely in violation by calling your best friend a dip****. Forget racial slurs. Call someone a Mongolian weasel and you’ll likely do life in prison. Canada is a police state. There are cameras everywhere so there is no privacy. These people are prisoners and are either too dumb or too afraid to admit it.


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