Last night, we camped on an island beach. We made a big beach bonfire and kept warm, despite the low temps. This was our spot this morning. Today, we cross into Quebec!
Today, I started riding with Eiko, who started her ride in Berrie. IT IS COLD TODAY. The end.
The photo this morning remains one of my favorite photos. This is from the sunrise at Mallorytown Landing.
Today, I left Kingston and covered few miles to Mallorytown Landing, where I went on a short hike! I had a fire and camped in the gazebo for funsies.
There are a lot of initial reactions I get when I tell people I’m riding solo. People think that I should be afraid–very afraid–of other humans. People ask me if I get lonely and say, “Isn’t it better to share the experience with someone?” For me, fear and loneliness are not the primary emotions that…
I have established a Starbucks routine here, simply because it’s the closest source of caffeine. Pictured is Chase, my new best friend.
For those who will receive the postcards, here’s a sneak preview. I spent today hand-making postcards in a Starbucks, the closest coffee shop. It was very wet today, and will be tomorrow, so I’m taking some time off in the comfort of my aunt’s home, and eating plenty of delicious home cooked food.