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... door between us and the pilot. He occasionally looked back to check on his passengers. We could look out the front windows of the plane. We felt like back seat drivers! Our flight lasted 40 minutes.
We had to entertain ourselves for a 5 hour layover. We wandered around to check out the airport and have a late lunch. We were pleasantly ...
... and the back window of the truck. On top of this was a pad, a mattress of sorts, and Pete had installed a bicycle tube that fit between the cab and the box and sealed the windows from any wind noise. We were loaded up and ready to go.
Go we did at 5 AM the next morning, Thursday the 11th. On our drive from KP to PV. We crossed the border at Port Huron, with little incident, as Homeland Security checked ...
... pick up trucks sped past me with a hint of awareness that I was cycling in their travel lane.
After miles of rattling over teeth jarring roads, I reached the Bridge To Bay Trail, an 8 mile paved path from the river side town of St. Clair to Marine City. As I pedaled on the smooth surface absent ...
... had its own character and challenges. Every day brought a new adventure. Every port was unique. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful. It was all good.
Meander performed well, the Captain didn't do any damage, the Admiral kept everything ship-shape, and the Sea Dog was a great companion. That's a successful cruise! We enjoyed every nautical mile and would do it ...
... and are met by natives in bandanas either on their heads of on
their faces, and what are they to think when no one shows up to man the gates
and they cannot get on the beach. For sure the municipality is not going to get
involved, for sure the province is not going to get involved and for sure the
feds want nothing to do with KP / Ipperwash Beach and any of its problems.
It reminds me of an old adage. “Be
careful what you wish for”!