Day 14: September 23rd– Mission complete @ 11:58 am!!!! ending @ Queenston Heights Niagara

Aaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh!  Yeeeeeeeehaaaaaa!!!

She did it! Virginia Gingras completed running the Bruce Trail end to end from Tobermory Ontario to Queenston Heights, Niagara approximately 900km in 13days, 6hrs & 28min

Can you hear me hooting and hollering from Ottawa!??? I’m at work dancing on top of the nursing station — actually I’m not but I sooooo want to.

The party has started. I will share details –the pics, videos and embraces later tonight after my shift.

We love you Gin!!

16 Comments on “Day 14: September 23rd– Mission complete @ 11:58 am!!!! ending @ Queenston Heights Niagara

  1. Congratulations Gin!! Was following from Hunter River, PEI with excitement, reading your blog every morning. So happy to see you finished, let alone with the “r”. !!! Woot!!

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  2. Sweet satisfaction! Virginia, you are my cause for this year. I pick only one every year who gets me for donation but now, really, you deserved my support!!! So impressed to see your accomplishment. Talented you are to be able to train the human machine to his optimum extend. BRAVO!
    Genevieve Blais

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  3. This is AMAZING news!! Ms. Gingras was one of the coaches on my daughter’s Cross Country team at GDHS last year. I’ve been following her ‘adventures’ on a daily basis, looking forward to reading each update and cheering her on (great blogging, by the way!!). She has demonstrated such an incredible amount of physical and emotional strength throughout her journey. I respect and admire her for doing this run and for bringing to light the challenges that youth face when dealing with mental health issues. Congratulations!!!! Kind Regards, Pam Cook Ballinafad, Ontario Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2015 16:32:27 +0000 To: fabinthefad@hotmail.com

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  4. Congratulations!!! You did it! I’ve loved tracking you everyday and really enjoyed being a little part of your day last Sunday and listening to your stories while trying to keep up with you. You’re an amazing woman and I feel blessed to know you. Well done!!! x

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  5. Wow!!!! Congratulations and way to go Virginia!!!! I only heard about your run and this blog a few days ago, but I’ve been following along from PEI everyday since. I think what you have done is totally awesome and incredible and takes so much heart….you are truly an inspiration. I’m so glad you have had a loving and supportive family to help you when you needed it most. Thank you for being so courageous and sharing your story and taking action to help others, I know you are raising awareness and giving hope to many. Way to go Girl!!!!

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  6. Yay! Vicki, great job by keeping us posted! You should get out there and celebrate with your sisters! P.S. I hope the blisters on your fingers will heal soon. 🙂

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  7. Sooooo proud of you Virginia…words cannot express adequately! You supplied some much needed wind for my sails this week….Thank You!! “Attitude determines altitude.”

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