Sunday, September 13, 2009

Looping around Tudhope Park

It starts snowing in Orillia in early November. Heavy wet snow that is designed to break your back when you are shovelling every single morning.

I'll probably look back on this ride pretty fondly in a few months.




P.S. - the cuss word near the end wasn't uttered by me - it was the annoyed cyclist coming towards me.

2 comments:

Lookr said...

In Orillia it started snowing in late October last year. I hope it holds off until November this year.

Ryan said...

Nice path.
I am however starting to truly dislike shared pathways.
I have an easier time on the road with cars than I do on such pathways with pedestrians walking four abreast.

Here in St Catharines on average we start to see snow that lasts around late November, early December. Sticks around until March.
Of course the past two winters have been the worst I can ever recall.