Week Ending June 6, 2020
Weekly Update: 946.3 km
Pilgrimage Goal: 7292 km
Total Participants: 51
Total Pods: 8 (includes a DOG POD) 🙂
Word for the Coming Week: JUSTICE
We will use this word to reflect on as we walk, run or roll through our week.
Some words may inspire you with exciting new insights while others may disturb your thinking or challenge your beliefs. Sometimes you will love or take comfort in what you are hearing, while other times you may feel discomfort or resistance. Pay attention to all as this is part of your journey.
If you wish, keep a journal about your insights, whether challenging, comforting or enlightening. And remember, there is no right or wrong way to travel. This is your journey - you get to decide how you will travel - you need only to begin. Most of all, enjoy the journey knowing that you have many pilgrims who are "virtually" traveling with you!
See you in Victoria!
Greetings from “Pam’s Pilgrims”
The first week was only 5 days and a time to begin our Cross Canada Pandemic Pilgrimage adventure. Our group are friends and family members plus three wonderful dogs. We come from Ottawa, Fredericton, Wood Point, River Hebert and Brookfield. Some walked, others biked and we have a runner. All of us enjoy nature and often capture beautiful picture of very special moments when we are amazed by the beautiful world around us. We hope to share some of those pictures on this web site and I do hope you will do the same.
In the beginning – we did not know who would join our walk, where they would come from, how to record our KM and how to connect to the site. Please understand this is a work in progress by volunteers. We just want to have fun being together on a journey.
At the end of every week we will be somewhere in this beautiful country and can attend a virtual church service with people we have never met but what matters is we are together in spirit.
Are we there yet?
That had to be the fastest trip across Newfoundland I have ever been on. This week our accumulated mileage puts us just off the coast of Cape Breton Island. Read about the history of the area here:
Home of the Cabot Trail
Local Virtual Services for June 7
The United Church of Canada Website has the following local area United Church listings for the Area
Time Zone Converter
Since we are displaying services in their Local Time Zone you may want to convert that time to your local area. Here is helpful website to perform this task.
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