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Why are we doing this?

Why are we doing this?

In late June I will be join 3 friends to cycle from Tuktoyuktuk on the Arctic Ocean, to Prince Rupert on the Pacific Ocean and then to

Thousand Little Miracles

Thousand Little Miracles

“It was a journey of a thousand little miracles,” shares Lyndon Dojohn, our road manager and the Church Partnership Director for GAiN, as he reflects on the ride. It has

63 Wells!!

63 Wells!!

Yes, our Cycling 4 Water well count is up to 63! When we finished our ride in Halifax on September 25 we had 50 wells pledged or covered. A great

The Final Sea

The Final Sea

One of the goals for this ride was to cycle Sea to Sea to Sea: Arctic, Pacific and Atlantic. When we realized in July that starting at the Arctic Ocean

Days 64, 65, 66, 67: Wrapping Up

Days 64, 65, 66, 67: Wrapping Up

Day 64: With a great sense of satisfaction, Rob, Timo and Gabe flew home on Monday: Gabe to Ottawa, ON, Rob to Gatineau, QC and Timo to Mission, BC. Mike

Day 63: Sold!

Day 63: Sold!

What a team, not only on the road! We emptied and cleaned the motor home inside and outside! It was ready just minutes before the first showing. As Mike and

Day 62: We Made it to the Atlantic!

Day 62: We Made it to the Atlantic!

The last day of cycling! We were hoping for sun in our face and wind at our backs. We got neither. It as cloudy, a few showers and we had

Day 61: Moncton to Debert – 149 KM

Day 61: Moncton to Debert – 149 KM

After a few construction detours in Moncton, we emerged from the city and followed the Trans Canada into Nova Scotia. The road was rolling and the contrary winds slowed our

Day 60: Fredericton to Moncton – 180 KM

Day 60: Fredericton to Moncton – 180 KM

Our day started with a short cut! We were googling the route from our host location when we realized the street out of town was just over the hill, a

Day 59: Grand Falls to Fredericton – 191 KM

Day 59: Grand Falls to Fredericton – 191 KM

Our cycling route followed the Saint John River all day. Even though we followed the river, we had an amazing number of hills to navigate and once again the wind

Day 58: Riviere-du-Loup to Grand Falls – 192 KM

Day 58: Riviere-du-Loup to Grand Falls – 192 KM

This morning we turned southeast and left the St. Lawrence behind. South eastern Quebec and western New Brunswick reminded us a bit of the rolling foothills of Alberta. Yesterday the

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