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People move around a lot these days. We have all but lost the magic that used to exist. The magic of having lived in a neighborhood for so long that you knew the name of every single person living there. It seems like we no longer have neighborhoods like that any longer - unless you travel up to Canada, perhaps, where you can find the best in Edmonton. Many people in the United States and all over the world for that matter know that Canadians are inherently friendly. Taking a visit to the country is like going into another world. It is somewhat similar to the world you just left, but the atmosphere is altogether more lighthearted. One thing about the neighborhoods in Edmonton is that some of them are quite large. For instance, the most well known neighborhood is Mill Woods, within the bounds of Anthony Henday Drive. Just about one hundred thousand people live in that neighborhood! Studies and statistics show that Mill Woods could be the third biggest city in Alberta, Canada, if it was its own municipality. In the States or even in places abroad, something that large might make potential residents shy away. In Edmonton, however, it is one of the most sought after neighborhoods. Of course, it is not the only popular neighborhood in the city. There are plenty of others which, while not as widely known, are still incredibly lovely and desirable as a place to live. Riverbend is a popular neighborhood, as are Westbrook Estates, Aspen Gardens, Sweet Grass, Royal Gardens, both Blue Quill and Blue Quill Estates, and Grandview Estates. Needless to say, it is possible to find some of the best neighborhoods in the world in Edmonton. The majority of them are extremely family friendly. They are the kinds of places in which you always wanted your children to grow up.
Anyway - Eric brought the "official weigh-in" scale so people could see how much weight they had lost. According to that scale, I lost 10 pounds, but I am not sure about that. I know I have leaned up a lot and I am OK with that. Now the big thing will be - how to stay that lean. Bill (our tattoo artist) brought in a poster (not sure how to call it) that had a small emblem representing all the provinces and territories of Canada. He designed each of the crests, hand drew them and hand painted them. It is truly a treasure! Now I want each as a tattoo -- but trying to decide if I want them on my calves, my quads, my arms, my back? They are truly beautiful and we thank Bill for offering us such a beautiful memento of the trip. I also received my Sea to Sea to Sea pin.
Then we walked back to the hotel and I think I made my room even messier than it already was. Clark was in the hallway trying to get his pedals off. Unfortunately one would not come off and when I checked the little arrows that say TIGHTEN - he was trying to tighten the pedals, not loosen the one and there was NO WAY that thing was coming off. That freaked me out and I hurried to my room to see if I could get my pedals off. YES - they came off very easily - especially when you turn the wrench in the right direction. OH shoot - I forgot to mention ONE very important thing about that final lunch. You see if anyone asked me about flat tires during the trip - I always said NO COMMENT and right until the end when we arrived at our hotel I NEVER said a word about tires.
But I did thank my bike (and Schwalbe - the manufacturer of the tires) for a pretty trouble free ride. The only thing I needed to do was change the brake pads once and the chain - OK - so Greig changed them for me, but that was just part of normal maintenance. The bike shop in Ottawa added a screw that was lost somewhere along the way and that is it! I was one of three that had no flats - Bill, Louise and myself - no flats. Megan had the most at 10. I know - TEN! They were also surprised that I NEVER put air in my tires. The last time that air was put in the tires was in Ottawa at the bike shop. OK - so the pressure might be a bit lower now than it is supposed to be, but there is still a lot of pressure. Maybe I am just lazy - but I always use that strategy and I have hardly ever had a flat.
Great - I can see what is going to happen when I get home! Now - what to do with the afternoon. I could start to pack up, but no - I am HAPPY to be living with my stuff all around me instead of neatly packed up in a bag. I am enjoying the freedom! I will pack tomorrow. It was raining and then it wasn't and while we are not far from downtown, it is still a bit of a walk. I finally bit the bullet and walked downtown where I had a great time browsing the shops of St. John's. Found some neat stuff - some of which I bought, most of which I did not. Some cool art work, but so hard to bring home so I left it in the store, but got the contact info. Found a neat used book store that actually had the book that I was looking for! A novel - so I am now on my eleventh book of the trip.