Thank you Ron and Dreamweaver.
Ron, as an answer regarding to who pulled the battery prior to the fuse blowing;
I pulled the battery out 1 year prior to that for storage purposes.
Just a bit of history of what's going on here.
A year prior to all this I did a 10,000 km trip through the USA and made it back with home with no problems. I then prepared the bike for storage eg: fogged the cylinders, removed the battery and elevated both wheels off the ground (I live in Ontario, Canada). The bike was running just fine when I stored it in my house garage. The bike stayed in storage for the following season due to me being in the process of moving.
In the spring of 2012 I received a letter in the mail from Corporate Honda regarding the front brake recall. I called the dealer and asked if they needed to power up the bike for the recall and they said no. So, I trailered the bike to the dealer, they did their recall checks (which everything checked out OK), and then the mechanic asked me for the milage of the bike which I couldn't remember at the time. That's when the mechanic hooked up an extra battery via his jumper cables and accidently hit the frame of the bike with the positive lead causing a spark. When he then put the key in the ignition and turned it to the "ON" position to check the milage of the bike for his records, there was no power. That's when he found that fuse #4 (MAIN A 30A) was blown. He replaced that main fuse and it blew on him 2 more times before I told him that I was taking it back home to investigate.
And this is where I stand now.
I've removed most of the fairing pieces and have visually looked for wires fraying on any kind of metal or frame parts.
Don't know what else to do next.
DreamWeaver: if I pull fuse #13 (10Amp) and it no longer blows, then what do I check?
What is the "ST.Stop"?
Thank you both for helping me