Oliver and I have now been bicycling to the Charlottetown Farmer’s Market every Saturday for two months.
Since we began in August, quite literally from a standing start, the weather has turned cool and the trail’s gotten a little muddy, but Oliver’s cycling has improved, bit by bit, every week.
As the University of PEI is only a few hundred metres up the trail, every Thursday we also cycle the same route up to campus for Oliver’s Thursday afternoon class.
Our only real issue now (other than the incline from Joe Ghiz Park to the 1911 Jail, which we both complain about every time we encounter it uphill), is that I haven’t found a safe way to transport Ethan the Dog with us, so he’s had to stay home on Saturdays and Thursdays.
We’re going to try and keep this up until the snow means we can’t.
Just discovered your blog.
Seems like the carrier in the back could easily be rebuilt to carry your dog. Of course that would make uphill harder, unless you train the dog to pull