7 hours ago
Arriving in White River two days ago I reached a weird number: 2000 km of cycling so far. White River being the home of Winnie the Pooh seemed like a good spot for that number. I mean there’s the statue of a fat fluffy bear with a honey pot - that’s all I was asking for.
The last days were quite emotional though, I pushed myself too much, didn’t listen to my body and just wanted to keep moving. I completely lost track of the moment. That’s not the way I want to travel. There’s this one big cheesy lesson I learn everyday being on the road: It’s about letting go of all the things one‘s sure about. It’s about finding, not searching. So I found the company of two amazing girls yesterday who gave me a bigass lift to Kenora. That’s around 840 km. That’s 9 days of cycling for me.
I relieved myself of some boundaries and just had a great time. —
Emily, Megan, thank you for gifting me with time, for your kindness, for talks, inspiration, snacks and sharing your campground with me. Emily, thank you for the beautiful music you do! ( @emilybridlemusic )
Thanks also to Ernst who camped with me in White River and helped me out with a lot of hints and good stories. It was nice to meet another german - Safe travels to all of you!
#winniethepooh #whiteriver #lookatmybikemybikeisamazing #thankyou #transcanada #enjoycanada #getoutside #canadabybike #crossingcanada #travelcanada #canada #ontario #transcanadahighway #ontheroad #rushingriverprovincialpark