|Flood Levy in Brandon|
|I bypassed Justice but know where it is if I ever need it.|
A storm cuaght up with me almost as soon as I had left the edge of town and buffeted me with wind and torrents of rain. I couldnt help but think of Chay Blythe's encouraging words about the Southern Ocean, "Its only wind and water". He was right and within an hour it had died down. The road north was a narrow two lane road of broken bitumen and I was glad i wouldnt be on it long.
I reached the town of Erickson after just 95km but with the wind on the nose and a belief in tomorrow I settled into this small Viking community. The Trans Canada Trail popped its head up in Erikson too and I used it the following day for an hour or so to get out of town.
|Wasagaming on Clear Lake|
|Log Cabin at Wasagaming with a warm fire and mantelpiece stacked with books.|
Downloading emails in Wasagaming I learnt that the Australian Government was taking action to take David Hick's profits on his book which just appauled me. I have been asked what I thought about when I was cycling and I have to say that since Friday my mind has been a tumble dryer of thoughts over this matter. If you are interested and would like to get involved go to http://www.thejusticecampaign.org/
The week ahead looks like a return to the old mile busting form and a transition from prairie to lakes.