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Author Topic: First real road trip with the Tek...  (Read 3724 times)
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« on: November 05, 2007, 06:41:30 AM »

My dad has a cottage in Bayfield, Ontario.. From where I live it is 109 miles. Really, other then the typcal to-from work and running around I haven't done any sort of distance with the Tek. Until Saturday  :afro: .... Wife and I packed up for overnight, brought the doggie, and headed to the Bluewater Bridge... one minute, we were in  :us: and the next we were in  :ca: ... Went through Sarnia, Grand Bend, and up 21 to my dads cottage.. Really nice.. Wasn't as cold as I thought it would be.. The Tek was great, such a difference between that and the 97 Sunfire I used to drive.. Cruise control really helped too.  No pics from the trip, but thought I'd put it up anyway Smiley

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« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2007, 07:20:50 AM »

That is a Beautiful area of the province,  I am looking to eventually move to that area. 

We were there last week, a bit further up to Southhamptom and then back to Kincardine.  Didn't see one other Tek the entire two days we were there.  :banghead:

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