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Dads secretary wrote on September 1, 2014
Hi Mark... I've had my secretary submit this post.
I am enjoying reading all of your postings. I am accessing it from Stan's computer. Have fun and travel safe.

MJW for Dad.
Aunt Marilyn wrote on August 31, 2014
So glad to know you have recovered and are enjoying the beautiful NS scenery that I know so well and I do recognize all the pics you have taken. Your Lawrencetown beach pics are probably not far from a cousin of mine. Slow down and take time to enjoy the magnificent scenery along the coastline as you travel to Yarmouth (eg.Peggy's Cove, Queensland beach, Chester,Mahone Bay, Lunenberg, etc).Keep healthy, nourished and hydrated; your godmother is keeping close watch!!
Sherlock wrote on August 29, 2014
Clearly, this corpse on the side of the road was not struck by a car, gored by a bear, impaled by a moose, or sideswiped by a lorry, as everyone else has assumed! His cranium shows the tell-tale signs of brain-freeze from excessive oxygen intake, despite the attempt to conserve heat with the overgrowth of extreme facial hair. The imploded irises are a result of visual blurring of incessant asphalt grey. The lack of sustenance is evidenced by the skid marks on his calves, where the exposed flesh shows only emaciated veins and strained musculature. Therefore, I deduce that this withered fellow clearly forgot that one is supposed to STOP AND ENJOY oneself when on a sojourn of great distance and not make each day a person endurance test, the likes of which would make Olympians moan. Obvious, isn’t it?
Nanc wrote on August 29, 2014
When in Halifax you need to head to pizza corner and don't forget the Donair sauce! Oh and don't miss the MEC. One of my favourite places is the view of the city/harbour from the top of Citadel Hill at night. You can set your watch to the noon day gun. It makes me jump every time. Enjoy!
NancLynnAlison wrote on August 27, 2014
It's mustard! They rotate it with the potatoes to kill Wireworm which is bad for the potatoes. That's right from the islanders mouth! They talk about it all the time. It makes Alison's life rough. By the way ... she makes fries for a living! Too bad mustard doesn't go on fries :)
Kim wrote on August 21, 2014
Doubts? None.

Expectations? A few.

LOLs? Lots.

Congrats? Bloody right. WELL DONE YOU!!!!

Holy crap, Mark. My sis and I have been following along and are astounded, not only by your cojones, but by the shear dumb luck you seem to carry around!!!
(oh.. ok… perhaps a little skill, too :)

Bravo, my friend. You amaze me.
Aunt Marilyn wrote on August 21, 2014
Congratulations on getting to St. John's and enjoying the local traditions. Now that you have decided to travel to my birthplace I know you will enjoy Halifax.
Robyn wrote on August 20, 2014
Congrats on making it to St. John's. I think you should get screeched in and kiss a cod. I'm waiting for some photos of your hosts to be posted (if they're willing).
Ed Hummel wrote on August 18, 2014
Fantastic. You have finished a great adventure. I too love cycling but have never achieved such a feat but do understand the trials and great joy it brings.
Tara F wrote on August 18, 2014
Ruby wrote on August 18, 2014
Congratulations - that's truly amazeballs! (Not a word you say? look it up in the Oxford dictionary)
Scott wrote on August 18, 2014
Some would say "brave", others... "loco" (e.g. Spaniards) but either way.... well done Mark!
Michael wrote on August 17, 2014
Nothing more to say than "Congratulations Brother - well done!"
Bonnie Schneider wrote on August 17, 2014
Hey Mark, I've been checking on your blog every few days, very entertaining, and energenic. Good luck with the rest of your journey.
Betty wrote on August 16, 2014
By the time you read this, you will have made it to 'Fixed', sitting with a well-deserved beverage. Congratulations Mark - we're proud of you! What a journey. Enjoy the sights of St. John's. If you feel like doing any side trips while you are there I found a uniquely-named village called Bacon Cove you might want to check out. Population 124. Maybe they serve bacon with their fish entrees!
jacqueline wrote on August 16, 2014
Hey Mark, great reading about your adventure. Not many people would have the guts to do what you're doing. I remember hiking GM - the view from the top was so beautiful. Will check in again soon.
Jan wrote on August 15, 2014
Hi Mark, I have been talking to Robyn and see you are getting close to St.John's. Great poutine here too at Smokes Poutinerie. Contact us if you want a free place to stay and a St. John's poutine experience.
Robyn wrote on August 15, 2014
There is a restaurant in Montreal that has all you can eat poutine for $15 on Tuesdays: They've just announced that a location is opening in Toronto: It doesn't help you now, but maybe one day you'll be back in Montreal or Toronto.
Lisa wrote on August 15, 2014
Hi Mark! Congratulations on how far you have biked. I am really enjoying your blog. I know you are missing poutine. I saw a commercial for Lays Bacon Poutine potato chips and thought you might like them. I know it isn't the real thing, but they might do the trick until you can reunite with poutine. If not, I hope cupcakes magically appear on the rest of your journey. Have fun! :)
Michael wrote on August 13, 2014
Why is it that when I log onto the blog and wait for it to load, I look to the top right corner for the distance update, I hear Richard Dawson's voice.... "Survey says...!"

Keep on going. The goal is in sight - maybe not with the remaining hills, in in sight - literally!
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  1. Robyn says:

    Congrats on making it to Florida Mark! I hope your tooth problems get resolved very soon.

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