The Guardian (Charlottetown)
Features,
Friday, May 20, 2005, p. C6

Fundraisers need bathroom breaks

Tip to Tip for Africa participants will be riding their bikes across the Island on the Confederation Trail this weekend.

Residents are being asked to be on the lookout for people coming through their community who are waving a Canadian flag because it may mean they need to stop at a friendly neighbour's bathroom.

The route is as follows:

Friday afternoon: North Cape to Tignish to St. Louis, Alberton and Bloomfield to Rodd Mill River Resort

Saturday: Rodd Mill River Resort to O'Leary, Coleman, Portage, McNeills Mills, Ellerslie, Northam and Richmond to Wellington, Miscouche, Summerside, Kensington, and Freetown to Emerald

Sunday: Emerald to Fredericton, Hunter River, North Wiltshire, Milton and Winsloe to Brackley, York, Suffolk, Bedford, Tracadie Cross, Scotchfort, Mount Stewart and Morell to St. Peters.

Monday: St. Peters to Selkirk, Bear River, New Zealand to Souris Line Road Ski Lodge for lunch, on to Baltic, Elmira, North Lake, East Lake and finally to East Point Lighthouse by about 3:30 p.m.

Category: News
Length: Short, 132 words

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