Five Card Story: cycling coast to coast

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We were welcomed to my mom and dads house in British Colombia. I don't remember how it looked because it had been so long since I had been there. they had done major changes to the house because of the damage for the moisture in the air. Me and My friend had this great idea to cycle from coast to coast, and because we like to cycle so much we decided to do this. We decided to start in B.C. and I tried to figure out how we would stay and then I remembered that I was from B.C. So of course when I asked my dad if we could stay at his place he wanted to come along to, so there we were traveling along the country on our bikes. But we also had to stay at different houses along the way. My dad felt like he had to do something so he arranged the places that we needed to stay at. Our fifth day stop came in Saskatchewan at one of my aunts houses. She had this massive house with two giant lions at the front. Turns out she helped us out a little bit the the funding in this trip. The next day we continued along, my dad was surprisign me at how he was able to keep up to us as we were twenty years younger than him. Finally on our twentieth day We reach the coast of Newfouldland and Labrador. As we walked out on the dock my dad finally gave in and sat down. Then he asked me how we would be able to get back. And I said we would be biking back. He didn't reply.

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