Loves cycling on the PPJ

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When I’m staying at my cottage along the Ottawa River, one of my highlights is cycling on the PPJ.  From Devonshire Park, in Mansfield, I can head east toward Fort Coulonge. I pass the people at the campground, joggers, cyclists, and mothers with strollers; they all have a friendly smile or nod.

When I’m staying at my cottage along the Ottawa River, one of my highlights is cycling on the PPJ.  From Devonshire Park, in Mansfield, I can head east toward Fort Coulonge. I pass the people at the campground, joggers, cyclists, and mothers with strollers; they all have a friendly smile or nod. I love the views of the river and farmers’ fields, the scent of clover, the chirping of crickets and the ever changing wildflowers in pinks, mauves and yellows. Cycling peacefully on the PPJ gives me a chance for exercise and an opportunity to feel truly alive to my surroundings. I’m grateful for this special path and all that is done to keep it open
for cyclists and pedestrians.

Lynn Rainboth
MANSFIELD