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Attention fellow cyclists! We are excited to announce that one of our tours – Iceland Dramatic North Bike – has been elected as an Unordinary Trip of the Month by, the #1 travel portal on the Internet specialized in … Continue reading

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Stories and Shorelines

The first of a three-part Freewheeling Adventure, Stories and Shorelines details Doug and Cathy Hull’s experience on the Newfoundland: St. John’s & Trinity Hike. By Doug and Cathy Hull A cod-killer is a good thing, while a smatchy brine is not. Newfoundland’s … Continue reading

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Canada Turns 150!

Why you should visit Canada in 2017 By Alana Lojek 2017 marks Canada’s Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Not coincidentally, Canada has been named the Top Country to Visit in 2017 by Lonely Planet, and took the number one … Continue reading

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Careful Mr. Lobster Man!

  I’m riding my bicycle to music class on Tuesday morning, late November, cold and sunny. I hear a big big grumbly rumble behind me, and tense up. The driver is kind: I hear him gearing down. He is treating … Continue reading

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Waving at Crosswalks

By Cathy Guest There has been a rise in pedestrian crosswalk accidents here in Nova Scotia, with ensuing talk of pedestrians waving a ‘thank you’ to the car driver who has stopped for them at a designated crosswalk. Why should we wave … Continue reading

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Kitchen Folk

[an ode to all the wonderful people that have worked in our Freewheeling kitchen over the years] I’m writing to you so that, in the passing of one year to another, one season to another, your presence in my life … Continue reading

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Spring Fever!

If you’ve been whiling away the winter in a fabulously warm locale, tropical fruit-laden beverage in hand, you probably won’t experience the spring fever that has hit us East Coasters with a vengeance! After a winter that felt as though … Continue reading

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