Beechmount Bed and Breakfast
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... education. It contains lakes, wetlands, marshes, plus hiking and biking trails. They even have a bison herd. Right now there are literally thousands of Canadian geese resting on their lakes and nearby fields, as part of their fall migration south. They make quite a racket. We learned some new things, like the quack of a duck really ...
... could try and catch some sleep (or watch TV) till an expected call of 00:45am, in fact we got the call at 1:45am. It was only a short walk back to the station we sat and waited.... till 3:15am when we finally allowed to board. The tran finally got away at 4:00am! Five and half late! We were distinctly grumpy. As you can imagine we missed breakfast and had brunch at the first sitting at 11am the next day.
There were quite a number of Canadians ...
We woke up early this morning to watch the sun rise over Clear Lake. Sara, Julia, and I weren't quite as fast as the others, and we tried to get some hot chocolate but the store was closed, so we went to the hiking trail and sat down and ate some trail mix. It was so cold!! The wind and the raging waves didn't help either. When we couldn't take it anymore, we went back to the store (which opened finally) and ...
... what actually happens on this awesome and slightly dysfunctional family adventure!!
Addendum: Yes, this trip has been a front for my secret one-night stay in Vegas all by myself. Oh, the sites I will see! Also - You have to admit that there is something appealing about a fanny-packs' no-nonsense practicality that says 'I'm at the point in my life where I've earned the license to be comfortable and hands-free. And yes, I have extra Kleenex if you need it.' - Sarah
... probably be getting home quite late in the day, if not evening, so I knew I needed to be organised! I caught a taxi at 4pm, and it took about half an hour to get to Susan's. Their street is like some delightful scene from a TV show where you wish you could live there, but think that it probably doesn't exist in real life, right down to the name...Appleton Lane. There's a small park at the end of it with a tiny hill perfect for tobogganing, and all the front yards ...