What can I say? We left Barrie with high expectations for Stage 4. It was all that we had hoped for and more… The drive to Huntsville, on down Highway 60 through Algonquin Park was beautiful. While I did n’t see the hoped for moose, many of our staff and racers reported sightings. Our lunch stop in Barry’s Bay was a hit. Many from Madawaska Valley were there, including the Mayor, the Warden and The Member of the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Yakabuski, who lead us in the singing of O Canada! The crowd was great, the setting, Hwy 60 was perfect as well! Leaving Barry’s Bay towards Kanata, I grew more anxious. Kanata is my hometown. The Hazledean Mall is my local mall. The Tuesday night car show in support of CHEO is where you’ll find me most Tuesday nights. What a great turn out… 350 local cars welcomed the Great Racers with enthusiasm! There was a huge crowd who supported both the racers, the local 50/50 draw and the Great Race Auction for CHEO. I’m at my own home tonight, with my family. This blog will be brief. Tonight, I’m tired. By tomorrow morning I’ll be re-energised and ready for Kingston. I am so privileged to be able to be “MotorMouth” travelling with great people and a great organization!