Ive done it emotional wreck or what. The day finally arrived and I was up and packed awaiting Dale who had kindly offered to guide me down town be my support and cheer for me when black Betty’s wheel dipped in the ocean and also be my photographer today. A big thanks Dale considering we only just met about 2 weeks ago in New Brunswick as you flagged me down to ask about my trip as a fellow tourer.
As we made our way down town Dale leading the way we saw another cyclist not loaded up so Dale cranked the pace up passed him and I then did so and left him in my dust was a nice feeling. Dale pointed out places of interest and it is a very nice city with many a hill but as they say manageable or do able.
When we were going down town there was a bit of fog on the water and the sounds of boats blowing their horns which was nice.
Onward to the beach and there we were the moment was there and it finally sunk in I did it I made it 6,706 km or 3,728 miles one summer one bike and a lot of nice people on the way helped. Not to mention the support of my family without you I could never have completed it. I will put a update of my feelings for you all when I get a moment this weekend.
Then we were off to the waterfront which was fantastic passed Pier 21 where all immigrants use to arrive now a museum.
Then on for a spot of lunch and the all important drink lovely way to spent a day good company nice surroundings and sense of achievement.
Once we had lunch we headed to Dales house and I then discovered he lives next to Chocolate lake so it was chill time swimies on and into the lake from his deck and lounge on a floating with a beer a perfect end to a perfect day