Yes, it was a very big week. 5 century’s (100 mile days) in a row with a 207 km day smack dab in the middle of it all. It was surprisingly not too bad. The winds were co-operating and the road was flat, so we just put on our I Pods and peddled the days away. Dave raced with the… Read More
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I wrote this in Ethiopia and wanted to post it before we left, but internet was slow and we were tired. So, here it is: my first blog entry. Life so far here in the Tour D’Afrique becomes a bit surreal to say the least. Days no longer have names, just distances and vague directions. This will give you an… Read More
I have to clarify a giant misconception about Mt. Kilimanjaro. It is not easy! We were climbing in a group of 7 strong individuals who had just finished cycling 4500 km in tough conditions from deserts in Sudan, to altitude in Ethiopia and we all agree, it was one of the most physically challenging experiences of our lives. However, also one of the most exhilarating. I am happy to say that we all made it to the summit.
We had our first big snowfall of the year this weekend here in Southern Ontario, and with that, I am so happy to be leaving in 3 short weeks. Yesterday was freezing and I am already living again in my furry hat. It won’t come off until I step foot in the Toronto Airport. No wait, I will probably wear… Read More