The morning was overcast and chilly with the wind, but fortunately there was no rain so I’ll consider that a win. Today we rode for Sahara, an 8 year old girl who was diagnosed with an “Ovarian Germ Cell Tumor” a rare form of ovarian cancer requiring rounds of chemotherapy to reduce the size of the tumor for surgical removal which was to occur this past August. We don’t have an update at this point, but we rode knowing that the cure rates are high for this type of cancer.
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It was a scenic ride through some small Quebec towns along the St. Lawerence… I would have enjoyed pulling over periodically to take pictures of the buildings and churches, but aside from an impromptu bio-break to sneak in a picture with the #CHEO ROCK you just need to soak it into your memory… if I undergo this type of journey again, I’ll be hinting at getting a GoPro for Father’s Day 🙂