We're finally home, it's been a whirl wind trip, covering over 12500 Km's, from Mississauga to Tofino and back!
Lots of memories, stories, and place I would like to visit again in the future.
We stayed at Bill's place for night twenty two, and on the morning of day twenty three, he took us down to Corner Gas, it's the second time seeing it. Not a fan of show, but I thought it was neat to see (again).
We also went to Avonlea where I bought a rifle, it's my JR Carbine in 9x19mm, can't wait to get it home and pop off a few dozen rounds. I may make this a tradition, buying a new firearm when I'm on a road trip....we'll see how the future goes.
We didn't stay long in at Bill's by the early afternoon of day twenty three, we were on our way home. It was good seeing him, hopefully in the future we can make it out for a few more visits.
After we left Bill's we were able to make it to Brandon, Manitoba were where we hunkered down for the night. I wanted to drive as many Km's as possible, but I ran out of steam.
For day twenty four, it was about how far we could make it, it was a long drive booting through Manitoba and Northern Ontario, but were were only able to make it as far as Schreiber, and let me tell you as shady towns go.....this is it, I was scared I was going to wake up without a kidney.
On Day twenty five, it finally happened, after 3 weeks and nearly 11,000 Km's I finally yelled at my brothers, Jonathan and Jordan (Paul had flew home a few days earlier from Calgary), they were fighting and it was starting to get on my nerves, this was near Wawa Ontario, for the most part they were quiet the rest of the drive that night. I guess the cramped quarters were finally starting to get on everyone's nerves.
I was hoping to make it home on Day twenty five, I probably could have, if I had kept going, but I was getting tired and just needed a place to spread out for the night. We continued down hwy 17 until we got to Hwy 141, where I cut across to Huntsville, we spent the night at my Grandma's place.
Day Twenty Six - Finally Home! - The finally tally for the drive was 12519.4 Km, we rolled over the trip odometer somewhere in Manitoba.
After spending nearly a month living out of my vehicle with my brothers, it was nice to be home and in my own space again.
This was my first cross country road trip, I can't wait to do it again sometime!
Here's the pics from the last few days