Bike Rides:
Two Mountains/Oka/

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Roger Kenner
Montreal, Qc,
Canada 2003
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Bike Rides: Two Mountains/Oka/Hudson/Carillon

I first rode by the St. Eustache, Oka, Carillon area in the early and mid-Seventies. I did not return until the early Nineties, at which point I discovered the Vagabonde bike trail, linking Two Mountains with Oka Park and the town of Oka. At the same time, I made my first ride out through Hudson and Rigaud, to camp overnight at Carillon. During the mid-Nineties, I returned to Oka Park a couple of times. In 1997, following a fluke meeting with my friends Claudia and Gilbert in Ste. Anne de Bellevue, as they were returning from a tour of Oka & Hudson, crossing by ferry, I decided to repeat the ride. I have since made the tour two more times.


My Lord Jesus Christ receive my thanks for his constant companionship, help, guidance, and protection, without which I would never have been able to accomplish what these rides.


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    Prepared by Roger Kenner
    March-July, 2003; Lite Version: February, 2004