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Waterfront Cycling

- Michelle - Monday, September 20th, 2010 : goo

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This posting is somewhat of a continuation of the posting by jeeff in 2007: Traces of Citynoise

We took the to and cycled to where we camped at . Then we cycled back to Oshawa and took the GO train again, home to Toronto!

The is what we followed, you can learn more about this cycling trail system by visiting www.waterfronttrail.org/

GO transit allows bikes onboard their trains. Check out more details here:
www.gotransit.com/public/en/travelling/leaveyourcar.aspx

Here are some pictures from our trip. I think that when you travel by train and bike you see a lot more of the towns and cities in our province. For instance, driving on the 401 you see the city names fly by but rarely catch a glimpse of these places of merit. There are some real gems along the waterfront, get out there on a bike and do some exploring!

View from Lakefront Park in

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Trail through Pumphouse Marsh Wildlife Reserve in Oshawa.

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Fifth Wheel truck stop outside

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I believe this was in

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Railway museum in Brighton used to have a functioning railway, now the trains just pass by the train museum without making any stops.

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"Rolling countryside" around

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Coming into

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Port Darlington again

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The bikes.

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Peter: 20th Sep 2010 - 18:11 GMT

wow, what an awesome post! s, s, good , travel... whats not to like?

more like this, plz! :)

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