Troubadour was scheduled for motorcycle training on Saturday so he had to leave before 6:30 am to get "the range" ready
I had always wanted to attend their Saturday morning coffee gatherings and I managed to schedule my time to make it happen. We had two hours before we had to leave so while Trobairitz was tending to errands I was packing my bike
Soon it was time to gear up and ride over to Coffee Culture, but not before we had time to compare sandal tans
For the past nearly 6 weeks I have been on tour and confined to riding boots so I think that my tan is a bit faded but now that I am home, I will have a chance to work on it
I turn my bike around and soon we are ready for the short ride for coffee . I couldn't help but notice how clean that Gladius was
We arrive a bit early but we were not the first ones there. More would arrive shortly
There was also a nice selection of vintage bikes
Before we left the house, Trobairitz handed me my very own lunch bag. There is nothing so satisfying as a home-made sandwich and other delights. I particularly liked the trail mix with the chocolate chips, and the home-made banana bread with chocolate chips, and the chocolate cookie snacks and the apple, and the . . .
We stayed at coffee until the end and around Noon I finally had to be on my way home. I fuelled up a couple of times then when I got the hunger pangs I stopped at the next rest area
And unwrapped the contents of my lunch bag. It's nice to know that I am having healthy food for a change instead of fast food
The fresh air feels soo good
I'm not in any rush today. I am just going to ride until I get home and take my time
I eventually crossed the Cdn/USA border and arrived into Canada. The regular border lanes are up to 80 minutes wait, but with my Nexus card it took 2 minutes. It was my turn before I could even drag out my documents
The sun is nearly setting as I snapped this photo while riding on my final stretch. I arrived home safe and sound around 8pm.