We woke up to a beautiful sunny day with an expected high of 22 C. Ina had a large pot of coffee ready for us when we came out, and a delicious breakfast followed! It even featured dandelion jelly… Pretty amazing stuff!!!
Well energized we were ready to hit the trail and off we went to position the cars. I must say positioning cars can eat up a far amount of time in the day, but we’re having lots of fun discovering all the back, back, back roads of the Pennisula!
We met up with another”Dan” who was doing the trail end to end from Owen Sound. Interestingly, his wife is a Pat as well… She doesn’t hike. ( I didn’t know that was an option!!!). We travelled with him for a while and were able to fill up his water bottles with some spring water we had in our car… Nice meeting, perhaps we’ll see him again on the trail over the weekend!
The day was a little shorter than usual, both in distance ( about 11 km) and in degree of difficulty ( only about 18 flights of stairs today). But the variation in topography as well as the views made it most rewarding!
The shortened day has allowed us to go in search of laundry facilities in Tobermoray . I tell ya, some girls have all the fun!!
What can I say…it was a moment of weakness!!! …. And very effectively helped to pass the time.
Btw, that cider that I’m drinking has come to Tobermoray all the way from South Africa. Makes me feel kinda special!!!
From here, back to the B and B, then ready for more trekking tomorrow. Until then!