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Hosted by my good and generous friend, Mary ...always an enjoyable time plus provides me the opportunity to re-visit some old 'stomping grounds' of younger days and fondly remembered. The city is in Christmas mode and fortunately no snow yet - altho they say it is coming for ...
... 8217;t like intruders. For an instant my mind
flashed to the gun wielding rednecks of the south, then regained my composure
as I realised Canada was more peaceful.
We then checked out the free apples and cider press. It was
a wooden structure of ye olden times, and we helped with the pressing of the
apples. I felt my dad’s somerset farming blood running through my veins, and
enjoyed this brief interlude into ...
... friendly anyway but I did see her with the Katy kola a few times on the trip haha. The tour was actually 3 tours joined together I didn't know until the pre tour meeting but anyway, so there was the 26 day grand southerners (me) then we had the 14 day la to New Orleans crew (the best crew and a heap of awesome chicks from mack town haha one actually lives right around the corner, small works) then we picked up the 14 day Eastern. Adventure group in New Orleans (15 mostly slutty ...
... we decided the gycol leak mystery, just fixed this morning, was timed perfectly. It was a bit of a worry last night when we figured it out, whether we would be able to deal with appropriately being that we had about 14 hours left at home, but the the plummer was in before I was out of bed and another guy showed up to plug in some fans, tell us to take pictures and not worry about it while we’re gone.Needless to say, we’re feeling great. How could ...
... surviving split log outside toilet from the era, sadly swathed in plastic as it is being repaired/conserved, an elaborate four seater (doors were closed) and the elaborate single seater that must have belonged to someone quite well-off ... see the picture.
Now, consider, the height of the Canadian winter. Cold. Very Cold. VERY VERY Cold. Snow on the ground/ SnowDRIFTS piled high ... and an outside dunny!
Chamber Pots must have been very very popular in winter!