Ride Day 45: Cycling through some beautiful Maritime seaside settlements we pressed on to 'Shediac' near the border with the province of Nova Scotia. Reminded increasingly of home in the UK, the map now has place-names including Oxford, Truro and Liverpool. We covered 77-miles to the town of 'Shediac' where we camped, braving plunging temperatures and huddling around the campfire under a stary sky. As we ease into September, the weather has cooled off sharply. The heat-wave conditions (and the accompanying forest fires...) of British Columbia that I experienced early-on in the ride seem like a distant memory! I have loved the outdoor life this summer though and i'll miss it. A stunning sunset followed promptly by a huge moon-rise reminded me just what a privilege it has been to be living outdoors for 10-weeks.

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