This ride report is written about a trip that is a couple of years old by now, but I was going through Smugmug photos and realized I never did start my ride report, so here it goes. I was riding a 2014 Yamaha WR250R. Going solo. Camping the whole way, other than the first night. The plan was to ride from Pennsylvania through Quebec up to Labrador riding the route all the way to the end at Old Fort, Quebec, then to turn around and ride the exact same route back home. I know the idea of doing an out-and-back ride bores some people to death. I actually quite like those types of rides, as I get to experience the same route, but coming from two different directions, which gives it a feel of riding it twice. Others may disagree, and that's fine. I also had already been to Newfoundland before on my bike, so it's not like I'd be missing seeing this beautiful island. In addition to doing this, I wanted to ride the two main large dirt roads that are offshoots of the TLH: Esker Road and Orma Lake Road. To start the ride off I had planned to leave after work the first day and get a couple of hundred miles in and then do a big day day two with the goal of my first 1000 mile/24 hr IBA ride on the WR250R. I've done IBA rides before, but never on this bike. Some teaser pics Day 1 coming up.