Saturday at the Wharf Rat Rally

Jonathan Riley, Digby Courier jriley@digbycourier.ca
Published on August 31, 2014
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<p>Lola Gidney operates the griddle helping to prepare breakfast for hungry bikers at the Digby Wesleyan Church Saturday morning.</p>

Photos by Karla Kelly

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<p>Delma LeBlanc and Glendon Pulley enjoy their early morning biker breakfast.</p>

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<p>Wayne Hurlburt from Pleasant Valley is all set to enjoy his bikers’ breakfast.</p>

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<p>Digby Wesleyan Church is full with those wanting a good meal to start their day.</p>

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<p>The Scott clan from the Truro area make breakfast a family affair.</p>

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<p>The Scott clan from the Truro area make breakfast a family affair.</p>

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<p>Biking and smiles go hand in hand. Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.</p>

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<p>Joshua Moonshine works his artistic magic once again at the Wharf Rat Rally.</p>

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<p>It’s wall to wall bikes and people along Water Street at the 10th Annual Wharf Rat Rally.</p>

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<p>Vendors, bikers and crowds of people fill downtown Digby.</p>

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<p>Bikes are parked three deep along Water Street.</p>

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<p>RCMP motorcycles slowly make their way along the crowded streets of Digby Saturday afternoon.</p>

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By Karla Kelly FOR THE DIGBY COURIER NovaNewsNow.com

Digby was a buzz of activity starting early Saturday morning with biker breakfasts being a popular way to start the day.

Over 200 hungry bikers made their way to the Digby Wesleyan Church for their annual Biker’s Breakfast and they did not disappoint.

A huge crowd of bikers gathered in and around the Evangeline Mall parking lot early Saturday morning to register, socialize and enjoy a cup of coffee.

By midmorning downtown Digby was filling up fast as registered bikers rolled in Water Street.

Arm wrestling, BMX show, Hub City Stunters and Show and Shine to name a few kept the crowds entertained and local shops scooped up mounds of ice cream and served up all kinds of local fare.

Traffic control was kept busy making sure bikers headed in the right direction and seeing that pedestrians got across the crosswalks safely.

For more of our ongoing coverage of Digby's Wharf Rat Rally,

check out the Digby Courier's special rally page.