Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Weekly report: Finally accross Canada in the Winter.

Last night on the road.

Biking in storm and -30 C. Video, click here

Video, click here

I am now in St. John's and am finally cross Canada in the Winter. I'm both happy and a little sad as I really enjoyed biking across Canada and meeting so many nice people who helped me on the road. I have made many new friends. Without them, this would have never worked out. So thank you to all the people who have helped me on the road (I'll write more later). I am pretty happy to be finished though I'm not done yet!!!!!!

I have to stay here for a while and wait for my brother to arrive which will probably be in another month. Then we will sail up to L'Anse aux Meadows. Maybe Greenland and Iceland. From there, not sure. Thats the plan, but in the meantime much could happen. Maybe he will have boat problems or I have to leave Canada..
Either way, I will biking throughout the rest of the world.


Anonymous said...

your awsome

Anonymous said...

Vedder du ville/I Bet you would
heller ha/rather have
gjort det om sommeren/during summer months

Oss I Pasadena

Anonymous said...

hey dude! you're in St. John's, not St. John, which is in New Brunswick.

It was cool meeting you at the bar last night. You can check out my travel blog here if you want



Sophilie said...

Congratulations! Enjoy that moment of rest! Wish you the best for the futur, in all your projects!

Kim and Sophie

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Rune, The Viking Biker! You did it! What a great photo, too! Now you get to rest for awhile and then on to your next destination with your brother, The Viking Sailor! I hope you do a slide show someday with all the fabulous photos of Canada. I have been looking at all of them on your web site, and they are so beautiful!


Anonymous said...

Congrats on your accomplishment Rune! It's Mike the Norske with to Norske tattoo on his shoulder. We met in Jasper, Alberta on New Years. Good luck the rest of the way bro....

Anonymous said...

Hi Rune, hope you also made it accross the Atlantic and are now enjoying a break in the sun on Madeira with your twin-brother and friends.....before getting back on your bike and explore Africa the same way as you did with the American Continent! Bravo, bravo and all the best for the future trails and hopefully friendly people in Africa! Marg.