We’ll get the poker run rolling around 10 am Saturday morning lead by our good friends from the RCMP. As they explain each year, they give us permission to roll through all the stop signs which keeps the motorcade flowing smoothly. Thanks guys!
We’ve become the biggest parade in this neck of the woods and it’s so much fun to see all the friendly smiles and waves. Kids absolutely love it.
First stop is Chedabucto Lookoff. We’ll have 2 card draw lines this year to speed things up a bit and make more time for field games later in the day. After a gas stop at Robins in Guysborough, we’ll return to Larrys River once again, this time during their annual Acadian Savalette Festival, the same day as their Tintemarre (noisy) Parade. How about that, we’re the noisy neighbors bringing a second noisy parade. Yeah, very cool.
Lunch will be served up once again at the parish hall in Port Felix with that stunning view of the Tor Bay Islands.
From Port Felix, we’ll head to Little Dover wharf for stop #4 and back to Whitman Wharf in Canso for the 5th poker card draw and a Moment of Silence for fallen riders.