A Ride to Remember

Yesterday, Becky and I did something for the first time; we went on a fun ride with a Harley Davidson group.  Becky was supposed to go in a side car with her Dad, but the weather was cold and wet, so the plan was changed, and I drove her in the van behind the group of bikers.  The reason was a good one, the Milton Harley Davidson group were raising money for wheelchairs for the 23rd year running!  Nice people.

First they all met for coffee and donuts. I mean donations.


Around 10:30 am we were off. I knew where we going, as we had lived there when Becky was very little, but I had no idea what route they were taking.  Holy moly, we went the very long way, the secret squirrel route, the route where no-one would ever follow us. Two and a half hours later we arrived in beautiful Elora.


Becky went to the Elora Legion to spend time with her Dad, the other riders, and grab some well-deserved lunch, while I went for a wander.

This really is one of the prettiest villages in Ontario and I can’t believe we used to live here.

I picked up Becky and drove her home, the direct route. It was long day, for a good cause, and we both had a blast.  Many thanks for the Milton Chapter for including us in this wonderful day.

Cheryl and Becky

About chebandbecky

I was born in Birmingham, England and emigrated to Canada in 1988. Becky is my daughter who was injured in a car accident. We are working towards her independence.
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6 Responses to A Ride to Remember

  1. Wow! What a magical looking place. Looks more like England than Ontario.

    Kudos for cooperating with your ex to do that. I’m quite envious.

    • chebandbecky says:

      It really is a beautiful place and interesting. It has a cinema where you can request movies among other things.
      Becky’s Dad and I have been getting along for years, but this was a leap. It worked out great. 🙂

  2. Eveline says:

    Loved to have. Been there Rebecca would have roses in her
    Cheek. Love to you and rebecca mum k


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