September 5 & 6—Days Five and Six
Distance on the 5th: 40.83 kms
Distance on the 6th: 47.80 kms
Total to date: 284.69 kms
Average per day: 56.94 kms
Destination Equivalent: Grafton, Ontario (near St. Anne’s Spa! Could really use it.)
Weather: Wonderful days. Too much wind, but what can you do.
Day Five—A very lacklustre day. Wasn’t even sure if I would ride. But when I actually got out there, I felt pretty good. This has now become my minimum day.
Day Six—I had a new peloton! Stephen and our two granddaughters, Claire and Evelyn, joined me from their home in Niagara Falls for a few kilometres. I rode from home, up that damn escarpment hill (very slowly). We all rode the Haulage Trail and I came home along Progressive—with a wicked cross/head wind. It’s always better to ride with others, even for part of the day. So please connect if you would like a little ride with Santa.
I’ll take tomorrow off—six days in a row is enough. I wish I were really at Ste. Anne’s—a massage would be wonderful. And I have to take a picture early tomorrow at Crossroads School of all the students, ready for their new year. It’s for The Lake Report.
Please spread the word about the ride and the blog. If nothing else its great to get people talking about Palliative Care.
For more information on NOTLCPCS find: www.notlpc.com.
On the Healing Cycle: www.healingcycle.ca
On donating: https://my.crowdchange.ca/i0kprj.
Thanks for caring.
Santa for Palliative Care