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Wednesday 01/07... CANADA DAY! Sing along now:
Our home and native land!
True patriot love in all thy sons command.
With glowing hearts we see thee rise,
The True North strong and free!
From far and wide,
O Canada, we stand on guard ...
... which I liked very much.
I head from Mike's wife Mary that Mike had already returned safely to Meaford, Ontario in the early evening. He had ridden around 2'200 kms since we parted on Tuesday June 23, in 3 days and 2 nights. That was more than 700 km/day, but he said that he really enjoyed riding through the States of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, especially the Appalachian Mountains.
Next Destination: Truro, Nova Scotia with a stop in Digby.
... Monday of November. The community gathers on the fishing docks at night for farewell festivities with a prayer for safety as the fishermen face winter storms. The parade of lighted boats as they go out to sea is quite spectacular for this fishing ...
... avoid the road kill of choice along these roadways. Raccoon after raccoon, and a porcupine now and then. We saw mainly farming and fishing. Corn and lobster. Scallops and potatoes. We headed to St. Martin’s - a tiny community close to West Quaco where Mike’s sister Madelaine had a farm way back when. Joyful brightly colored buildings and houses! My favourite thing in this tiny place was the Little Free Library! Perfect for a small town. We biked along the Bay ...
... are really tasty!!
We stopped in Digby, a small fishing town made famous for its scallops. We were able to buy them fresh at the dockside market. I was so busy eating them I forgot to take a photo to show you - they were hugh & delicious, lighted fried in a little butter & lemon juice! We had a wander around Digby, it's a nice little small town full of ...