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Day 20 - Celebration

Samuel, who works with GAiN out of Montreal, met us in Quebec City and treated us to a celebration supper. It was the first time we ate in a restaurant other than Tim Horton’s the whole trip thanks to our many hosts. 126 more words

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Day 19 - The Last of the Long Days

Many thanks to Jean-Michel, his wife, Murielle and there three daughters for the warm and friendly welcome that made us feel very much at home during our stay in Deux Montagnes. 241 more words

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Day 18 - Our Last Rest Day

It started off meeting with the wonderful people of the Église évangélique de Deux Montagnes where we had an opportunity to speak about GAiN and the deep, capped water wells. 117 more words

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As California Water Wells Run Dry, Kelly Slater Builds 65 Million Gallon "Perfect Wave" Tank

Source: Zero Hedge

Back in December 2015, international surfing phenom Kelly Slater set the internet abuzz when he released video footage of himself surfing what he called the “perfect” man made wave… 391 more words

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Day 13 - Bad Roads, Good People

I said to Timo yesterday that today was going to be an easy ride because it was so short, only 100 km. I was wrong. We had the roughest roads yet of the trip the entire day, from Espanola all the way into Sudbury on Hwy 17 and Hwy 55. 179 more words

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Day 4 - Fellowship & Fish

Today was a rest day. Del and Brenda, our hosts in Dryden, are introducing us to so many wonderful people. They treated us to a Sunday morning buffet with four other couples at “The Chalet Inn.” 153 more words

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