Relais de la Poste
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Day 46 –
Today, we could really see the mountains off in the distance, and it really made me realize how close I am to my goal. Unfortunately, the morning walking was difficult. I was in pain for about the first two hours. My foot was very stiff. Once it had finally warmed up, I was able to walk at a more normal pace without pain.
It also didn't help that we missed our turn onto the trail, and we were forced to walk down a very dangerous highway ...
... to be made between continuting on the regular route or turning off onto the long route. The threat of rain didn't seem serious enough to really worry about so I chose the long route and Peter, Sue and Mesfin joined me. Wayne and Lori seemed interested, too, but Lori picked up a staple in one of her tires while we were at lunch--first puncture of the trip--and had to take care of that.
We started moving even faster now, up to about 32 km/h from 28-29 earlier, ...
We had a nice opening ride today. about 110kms of flat country. While it was nice to cycle on the flat, it was a bit boring. A lot of it could have been in eastern Ontario with fields of corn and soy. We did see mounded crops which I thought were asparagus, but apparently are some sort of fruit, the name of which I did not recognize. You will see pictures of ...
... towards the Atlantic coast - so much so that at times it was reminiscent of the prairies; indeed as the edges of the road ahead seemed to merge at the vanishing point one would be forgiven for doubting that we were still actually in France.
With my knee telling me it still hadn't fully recovered from an injury sustained playing ball hockey a few weeks back, half-way through the ride I opted not ...
... There was a security guard standing inside a property we had parked in front of telling us we were not allowed to park there. All that we could see from the road was what looked like several derelict buildings and a new sign saying Institut Helio-Marin. Why have a new sign when all the buildings were derelict? Why couldn't we park there? What does a not for profit organisation that has been established for over 100 years and provides ...