What started out as another ride from hell due to the perpetually strong and cold Northwest wind, turned into a rather enjoyable ride in the end. After battling the wind, at times feeling like I was moving like molasses on a vacation having a siesta, we finally reached the half-way point of Lumsden, Saskatchewan. After a warm bowl of soup, a friend and I set out to climb the old highway hill and make our way back home. However, this time around, the wind was our friend and pushed us along the smooth pavement of highway 734 like a cat on a hot tin roof. We were cruising without much effort back to our illusory finish line. A warm shower, a mid-afternoon snack, and a little sleep was in order. Another fine day to be alive!
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