Early fall run chapter II return to Cobden- long
p_landry at telus.net
Sun Sep 28 21:47:08 PDT 2008
You tell a story like few others.. Thanks for the good laugh...
I hope my retirement has some great events and memories like these!.. ;-D
Paul W. Landry
P_Landry at telus.net
From: The Masons [mailto:masonjs at nrtco.net]
Subject: Early fall run chapter II return to Cobden- long
Thursday I awoke early but it was not bright, it was 4:00 am and the f#$@*^n
Canada geese had been gorgeing on the lawn and honking for 2 hours. Along
with that they set off the security lights every couple of minutes, like a
quiet lightning storm. I went into the boys dormitory and found Thomas
paintball gun. Jack woke up and asked what I was doing - "going goose
hunting". "Can I come?" "Grab your rifle and come on" . How to corupt an
11 year old.
The maples on the sides of the road were spectacular colours, reds, yellows
and orange with a clear blue sky above like riding past a never ending
mural. I stopped several places in the park to take photos.
An hour later I was home, 3 days, 7 hours riding each day and 1621 km.
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