Our fourth day was a little more relaxed in terms of both hours and kilometres driven. After three days of 9 hour and 900 km driven daily we only travelled about 6 hours and just over 600 kilometres from Brandon, Manitoba to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It was cool today so my travelling companion left his sandals … Continue reading Day 4: Red Shoes Rock (across Canada) to Stop FASD: Saskatchewan
Today was another 9 hour driving almost 900 kms. We left Sault St Marie this morning and made a brief stop in Wawa for a photo with the giant Canada Goose: The day ended in Thunder Bay after stopping to see the Terry Fox memorial statue. If you want to see what other people are … Continue reading Day 2 Red Shoes Rock (across Canada) to Stop FASD: Ontario
Today Gryphon and I walked our kilometre along the Trent-Severn Waterway in Campbellford, Ontario (Canada) - home of the giant Twoonie! No comments on my red sneakers but lots of comments on Gryphon. He always steals the show. Maybe I need to get him wearing red booties or make a Red Shoes Rock t-shirt for him! … Continue reading Day 2: Red Shoes Rock to Stop FASD: 9 kms in 9 days
The 9th day of the 9th month is a day set aside around the world as a day to raise awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is an umbrella term to describe a group of developmental disorders that results from the exposure of a fetus to alcohol. FASD includes, Fetal … Continue reading Today is FASD Awareness Day.