Daily Archives: July 16, 2013

Day 25 Beausejour Bound

Our second century ride of the tour began with breakfast at 6:30. By 7:00 am we were underway leaving the Portage fair grounds and heading out of town. It was another beautiful morning and the secondary highway we were on … Continue reading

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Day 24 Minnedosa to Portage

After last night’s storm blew through it cleared off. This morning we left camp under blue skies and a crosswind. As we headed towards Neepawa the winds shifted back and forth between crosswind and headwinds but they weren’t to strong. … Continue reading

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Day 23 Binscarth to Minnedosa

The first few drops of rain have us scurrying for our tents so I can work on my blog early tonight. Again there is no cell service here and although there is Wifi you need to be over near to … Continue reading

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Day 21 First Century Ride

Every so often you come across a real gem! Today was the first century ride of the tour. A century ride is one that exceeds 100 miles. We left Regina in a headwind that stayed with us most of the … Continue reading

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Day 22 Goodbye Saskatchewan

After yesterday’s century ride everyone seemed a little slower getting started this morning. Even so Alberta +1 was underway by 7:30. We continued to ride through the Qu’Appelle Valley for the first 35 k or so before turning to climb … Continue reading

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