May 28th, 2007
I don’t think I could have slept any better. My king size bed at the the Dundee Arms Inn provided me with the perfect rest I needed before heading for New Brunswick.
We had a few things to pick up around town before running out to Belfast Automotive to pick up the RV. Yes, we had to get more repairs, and there’s still some work that will need to be done. Thanks again to Leon Nicholson for the great work!
I rushed over to Glen Stewart Elementary School in Stratford where 107 grade 5 students were anxiously waiting for me to arrive. I showed the kids my website and pictures from my travels so far. At the end of my time, the kids presented me with a donation from the school and a few items to remember them by. It was very unexpected, but very appreciated.
It was now nearly 3:30 and I was lacing up my skates to head for New Brunswick. I was back at Margaret’s house where I had left off on Saturday. The only difference is that it was now pouring rain. But my spirits were high because I could tell the wind would be mostly at my back. And to make things even better, the rain stopped right when I started up the street! The afternoon went by fairly quickly and before I knew it, I was in Borden at Confederation Bridge! We’ll stay here tonight and head over to New Brunswick first thing in the morning.