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Souris Manitoba, home of the longest swinging bridge in Canada 177 meters. Also home to a huge butterfly collection, we have been to both previously and well worth the stop. The bridge was destroyed in the flood a few summers ago but has now been rebuilt. Not on the itinerary for this ...
... Andy and I get on our way at about 1215.
The rest of our 300 mile journey is over fairly flat countryside, similar to the Fens. Lots of oil seed rape, barley and wheat grown here. Towards the end of our journey there are lots of grain storage buildings and silos.
We only stop twice to fuel up and have a snack and a drink and finally get to the hotel about 7pm. This isn't bad going especially as ...
... since the 1970's so it has been an important accomplishment for both of us to meet on the bikes again.
Day 6, we ride together to Yorkton, Saskatchewan, a ride of only 283 km. This is, for us, a rest day, as we will need to ride longer days on Thursday and Friday to reach Calgary, Alberta to meet our friend Alan ...
... easily take the metro which is really inexpensive, only €1.70 for one ticket! March 20/2014 Our first full day in Paris! Time for us to tackle the Eiffel Tower! We took the metro from our hostel and got as close as we could to the tower we still had to walk a bit to get there. We set up a small picnic on the grass in front of the tower and it was kind of surreal looking up and seeing something you would normally only see on tv! A note of ...
... at Carlyle for lunch, still really foggy. Dairy Maid today, nicer than McDonald's! Headed from there to Regina, approx 140km in a straight line! If only a truck hadn't gone off the road and we had to divert across a stubble field. Fog has finally lifted all you can see on the horizon is the old wooden grain elevators. Saw lots of trains today too, first ones ...