CLAY Day 2 - Aug 14th - Hanover to Tobermory to Sault Ste. Marie - by BUS and FERRY!

7:30am A fine looking morning.  Just leaving Hanover; heading north.

ChiCheemaun - "Big Canoe" (Ojibew)  

   The water part of Highway 6 since 1974!

Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2018 Diocese of Huron Thunder Bay CLAY Pilgrims!

Thunder CLAY Express is on board, too!

Enjoying the sun and the breeze.  Where's Waldo Robert?
11:20am - Robert Lilley reports that the ChiCheemaun has just departed Tobermory for South Bay Mouth on Manitoulin Island.  He says that it is an absolutely gorgeous day!  There's not a cloud in the sky, and a light wind.
5:50pm The Sault Ste Marie International Bridge is in sight.  Over 500 kms travelled from Hanover, and 930 from Windsor!
The seats on the bus aren't all that bad ... we can still walk!

I'd like 35 Frosty's, and 25 Large Fries ... no,sorry,  27 Large Fries and 33 Frosty's... and 12 double doubles!

9pm:  Zion Lutheran in Sault Ste. Marie.  Rev Brad Mittleholtz's parish.  Rev Brad's former parish was the Lutheran and Anglican Ministries of the Bruce Peninsula, covering Sauble Beach, Wiarton (2 churches), Lion's Head, Howdenvale, Tobermory, and St. Margaret's at Cape Chin.


Please click on the Zion Lutheran phrase above, to see more about Rev Brad's parish.

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