I started cycling 15 years ago for the exercise.
Motto: Slow and steady is the way to go.
I now spend a lot of time on the trail as a volunteer.
I like to travel as well, normally by car but for the long distances I will fly.
In the afternoon I cycled into Victoria Park, the wind was gusting to 50 km/h. It was pushing some of the ice floes also onto the walk.
The strong wind brings the seagulls inland, theese where at the park as well.
I then cycled the Confederation Trail from Grafton street to just west of the Sherwood road where this snow drift was located. I went back to the Sherwood road and then took Route 2 to Winsloe and the the Lower Malpeque road to Maypoint and then route 1 home, logging 35 km for the ride.
The temperature was around +4