It started off meeting with the wonderful people of the Église évangélique de Deux Montagnes where we had an opportunity to speak about GAiN and the deep, capped water wells.
We were then hosted for lunch by Martin and Marjorie who met my wife in the late 1980’s when we lived in Montreal. Samuel Bechard of GAiN also joined us.
I had to repair the inner tube with which I had a flat tire yesterday and write two blogs, but there was still time to visit our hosts’ small animal farm with chickens, geese, sheep, rabbits and turkeys which they raise for themselves and to sell.
Someone asked if we had seen any moose – no, but we saw a lot of these signs (though a little bit larger).
Tomorrow we begin our last two days of cycling. It is hard to believe that it is almost over.