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    Day 1.210 – Bienvenue à Canada!

    North Burlington (USA) -> Saint Valentin (Canada!)
    Distance (km) : 102
    Time on bike : 5h 21m
    Brutto time: 08.00 – 19.30
    Avg : 19.1 km/h
    Max.speed: 47.9
    Total (km) : 51.630
    Altitude: 10 m
    Difficulty: 2.5 of 5

    Wild camp north of Burlington, Vermont.

    Vermont countryside...


    The best follow-up album to an album that was already world-class has got to be Radiohead’s OK Computer (1997) following the 1995-release The Bends.

    Lake Champlain, Vermont.

    Alburg village, Vermont...

    Bridge on Hwy 2 that separates Vermont from New York state...

    After nearly 3 months in the US, it’s time to cross borders again (it’s 6PM at the border post). The formalities at the Canadian border are exemplary. The officer simply asks me where I’m going tonight, and how long I’m going to spend in Canada. I don’t know the answer to either of these questions, but the officer doesn’t seem to care at all and just gives me my stamp that – he tells me – allows me to stay in Canada for 6 months. Yihaa! Quebec, Canada, and country #39 within the framework of WT. Feeling good and fists in the air…

    Last right turn before Canada!

    My bike computer says 51.614 km as I leave the US and enter Canada. That means a total of 5.071 km in God’s Own Country.

    Francaise, SVP!

    Buy this day – and become part of the WT Hall of Fame 🙂

    I’m super-excited being in Canada, and it’s a very pretty and quiet evening along narrow-ish country roads through corn fields and quaint Quebecan farm houses, birds humming, me humming, and a splendid sunset.

    Canadian corn...

    On this day..


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