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Day 46: Tobermory to Owen Sound  – 105 KM

Day 46: Tobermory to Owen Sound – 105 KM

Everyday is so different! Two major factors in cycling: wind and road surface. Today we had the wind at our backs for most of the day and smooth payment! Plus we

Day 45: Espanola to Tobermory – 99 KM

Day 45: Espanola to Tobermory – 99 KM

This was an “everything” day! We started the day with an excellent breakfast provided by our hosts Tim and Debbie.  Thank you Tim and Debbie! Cycling began with sun and

Day 44: Sault Saint Marie to Espanola – 242 KM

Day 44: Sault Saint Marie to Espanola – 242 KM

The morning sky was amazingly beautiful! But in this beautiful moment the line came to mind… “Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning.” It was true, before we were

Day 43: Wawa to Sault Saint Marie – 224 KM

Day 43: Wawa to Sault Saint Marie – 224 KM

Clouds, hills, great views and a tail wind… Our day started with clouds and light rain that moved to gradual clearing giving way to sun and a tail wind! Our

Day 42: Wawa – Day Off

Day 42: Wawa – Day Off

Wawa is a community of about 3,000 and takes its name from the Ojibwe for “wild goose”. That is why they have an 8.5 meter goose at the welcome center.

Day 41: Jackfish Lake Resort to Wawa – 239 KM

Day 41: Jackfish Lake Resort to Wawa – 239 KM

This morning we received an encouraging email informing us that another well has been covered.  This well donated by a congregation in Prince George brings their total to 4 wells!

Day 40: Thunder Bay to Jackfish Lake Resort – 240 KM

Day 40: Thunder Bay to Jackfish Lake Resort – 240 KM

Our first female guest cyclist joined us today. Paige is a student at Lakehead University with a keen interest in water resources/water management.  She guided Mike and Gabe out of

Day 39: Upsala to Thunder Bay – 131 KM

Day 39: Upsala to Thunder Bay – 131 KM

Fall is in the air! This morning it was 5 degrees when we were getting ready to head out. The sun soon lifted the temperature to a very enjoyable level

Day 38: Dryden to Upsala – 211 KM

Day 38: Dryden to Upsala – 211 KM

We started the day with a homemade breakfast compliment of our hosts Holly and Kurt. The sun again blessed us as we rode out of Dryden. The landscape again was

Day 37: Clearwater Bay to Dryden – 167 KM

Day 37: Clearwater Bay to Dryden – 167 KM

After a great breakfast provided by our hosts; we began our trek to Dryden. This took us through Kenora. What a beautiful community and good fishing. You should have seen

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