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Day 57: Levis/Quebec City to Riviere-du-Loup – 201 KM

Day 57: Levis/Quebec City to Riviere-du-Loup – 201 KM

This was an amazing “sun in your face, wind at your back” day! Once we left the metropolitan area of Levis, through the many traffic lights, we had the fastest

Day 56: Levis/Quebec City – Day Off

Day 56: Levis/Quebec City – Day Off

Our morning started with Rob presenting the C4W vision and a sermon in French all via zoom for the Eglise Alliance Chretienne Missionaires Quebec. The church has continued to meet

Day 55: Trois-Rivieres to Levis – 136 KM

Day 55: Trois-Rivieres to Levis – 136 KM

We woke up to rain! Our route plan for the day was on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River. Cyclists are not allowed to cross the bridge, so

Special Post: Motor Home for Sale

Special Post: Motor Home for Sale

When we get to Halifax we plan to sell the support vehicle. Here’s a description: 2003 Majestic Motor Home – $24,000 OBO This 28 feet unit sleeps 7 and is

Day 54: Montreal to Trois-Rivieres – 165 KM

Day 54: Montreal to Trois-Rivieres – 165 KM

Average day… 160 km is our average daily distance, so today was an average distance.  Our actual cycling time was 7 hours. With breaks, photo stops and lunch we were

Day 53: Cornwall to Montreal – 112 KM

Day 53: Cornwall to Montreal – 112 KM

Our first 20 km was along the shore of the St. Lawrence River and some of that was on cycling paths.  What a great way to start the day!  Because

Day 52: Kingston to Cornwall – 184 KM

Day 52: Kingston to Cornwall – 184 KM

Overnight there was a thunder and lighting storm and heavy rain in Kingston.  This morning we were pleased to see the rain had stopped! The route from Kingston to Cornwall

Day 51: Cobourg to Kingston – 148 KM

Day 51: Cobourg to Kingston – 148 KM

Today, no candle light breakfast! It was breakfast in the support vehicle and on the road. Rain was in the forecast but it did not materialize. The wind was not

Day 50: Georgetown to Cobourg – 136 KM

Day 50: Georgetown to Cobourg – 136 KM

In case anyone thought we were suffering, this morning we had a candle light breakfast with Gregg and Joanne before we hit the road for the day. No suffering here.

Day 49: Rest Day – Georgetown

Day 49: Rest Day – Georgetown

At 8 am we headed to our first stop of the day , Stone Church in downtown Toronto. Taking the subway was preferable to driving and finding parking for the

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