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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Day 17 & 18

 Day 17

5 km

I had some running around to do and decided to take a walk in a park in one of the towns I visited.  It was cold and windy again and I really had to use the bathroom so I didn’t take as many pictures as I would have liked.  I watched a cute duck couple for a minute as they swam upstream and rode the current back down again. They did this a couple of times. It was cute to watch and I hope they were doing it because it was fun. 

Day 18

6 km

Today I walked to and from work with a detour to the dollar stores to see what St Pat’s day stuff I could find. On my way home things got interesting.  There was a big, loud helicopter hovering and then moving to a new location to hover some more. It flew right over my head. At the same time a train passed over the road and the tangle of lines on the road is now a HUGE hole in the ground. This all happened in the same little area. It made the walk home a little less ordinary. 

Train overhead

This is now a super BIG hole!


Sunday, March 14, 2021

Day 15 & 16

 I am halfway through this challenge!!

Day 15 was an adventure!

8 km

It was nice and sunny but very cold due to the wind. I walked along the beach and marvelled at the strength of the waves as they crashed into shore. 

Cool rock on the beach

Move your paws

Me, cold

I did not make this. I was too focussed on staying warm to play with rocks. 

My walk started far beyond that corner where the condos are. 

The holes are swallow nests. 

The sign says “CAUTION steep bluff stay well back from edge”

Day 16

5.5 km

I somehow managed to convince the two boys to come with me. It was uncomfortably cold and windy again. 

Proof they came with me. 

Art installation at the art gallery. 


Saturday, March 13, 2021

Day 13 & 14

 Both days were really long.  I worked at one job in the morning and then another in the afternoon.  I managed to get 4km in on Day 13 and 6km on Day 14.

In just two weeks the polar bears have reached their goal of 10,000 km and have set a new goal of 20,000 km.  I am really enjoying being a part of this and I hope you're enjoying following me along.

Here are some pictures from the last two days.

A new goal!

One of the beautiful churches I pass on the way to work

The gate of the church

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Day 11 & 12

 Day 11 I ran in 3.5 km the morning and then walked to work for another 2.5 km. 6 km total  

Day 12 I walked to work in the morning and then after dinner walked back into town and home again for a total of 7 km. I am tired and have two more long days ahead of me but I have the weekend to look forward to. 

Monday, March 8, 2021

Day #10

 6 km this morning!

The sky was beautiful over Lake Ontario. I wandered through the Samuel Wilmot Nature Area as it lightly snowed. 

Love this hidden gem found on the path. 

Gnome home. The gnomes have gone for the season yet there still seems to be more added to their place every time I visit. Curious. 

Fairy Garden