11 thoughts on “Cape Spear !

  1. Hi David,

    I don’t know if you recall the summer you took up the directorship at Pearson. I was one of about a dozen UWC students working at PSYL as a facilitator; we met with you in the administration building. I was back visiting Pearson at the beginning of August with my father and brother (now a student at UWCUSA) and we heard about your bike trip. I’ve been following the blog for the past few weeks and am so envious of your tour! And the A. Homer Hilsen–my god do I look forward to one day procuring a Rivendell! Congratulations on finishing the Canada leg, and I wish you well on the British leg.

    UWCSEA ’07

  2. Hello David!

    It has been amazing to read about your trip. Thank you for letting us be a part of your journey and for inspiring the readers to do great things. Have a wonderful time in the reunions and do keep us in the loop about the next part of the trip. Thank you so much!

    Janis & Jenny (in Toronto)

  3. Congratulations on reaching the other coast, David! It hardly seems possible that you and your bicycle were here in Terrace on the west coast just a couple of short months ago and now you’ve travelled all of that distance with “green power”! But, now I know that it’s just a 7,000 kilometer bike ride from my home to Cape Spear, should I get the urge …

    Best wishes for the second part of your journey – and try to have a bit of a rest at the upcoming reunions (like that’s possible!!!).

    Al Sande

  4. Fantastic work David! What an adventure. Looking forward to hearing about it in your upcoming blog. Onward to the land of single malts!

    Michael and Farhana

  5. So exciting, David – we are truly impressed by your will to succeed and your stamina to accomplish it – many congratulations! We love your blogs so keep them coming. Now you just need to find a way to get across the pond!
    Warm regards
    Ann and Tony

    • Thanks for all your comments and for all the support. I will now be returning to Pearson for two reunions – 30 year and 10 year – then to Scotland to start the next leg.

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