CLAY Day 3 - Aug 15th - Sault Ste. Marie to Thunder Bay.   Are we there yet?

Canada is really big.  And we've got ....

Rocks and trees, and trees and rocks, and
Rocks and trees, and trees and rocks, and
Rocks and trees, and trees and rocks, and
Rocks and trees, and trees and rocks, and .....

WATER!

A Canadian Icon at  .......  Wawa!

The Thunder CLAY Express is keeping right up with the Badder coach!

The St James' Pilgrims at the Viking Restaurant.

Jenny is attacked by the lobby's Viking.  Bystanders seem to be oblivious.

1:30pm - West of Wawa - Concerns on the road ahead -  Picketers?


Demonstrators?  No, wait .... it's family and friends of one of the Windsor Pilgrims!
Let's sing it again ...
Rocks and trees, and 
trees and rocks, and
Rocks and trees, and 
trees and rocks, and

Rocks and trees, and 
trees and rocks, and
Rocks and trees, and 
trees and rocks, and

River!

Rocks, and trees, and   Lake Superior!

5pm - About 90 minutes before Thunder Bay.



Another Canadian icon - the Sleeping Giant
6:25pm - Robert Lilley reports that the bus and Pilgrims have arrived at LakeHead University, and are getting registered. All is good!

At 6:25pm, courtesy of the magic of cellular Internet access, Charlotte, in Thunder Bay, finished transferring the August 14th pictures to Bill Nixon in Cambridge.  Hopefully, August 15 pictures will be available in the morning on the 16th.

6:45pm.  At Lakehead University.  Finally.  Ontario is really big.  Thunder CLAY Express can now rest for a few days.
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