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I was supposed to go help out in Rosseau today to help with preparation for the wedding. But, instead, we had lots of visitors come by Mom's house. Evan, Amy and their baby Connor came by after lunch, followed by Owen and then Father Terry. Josh, Melody and Bronwyn arrived by bus around 6:00 and we pulled together a huge spaghetti and meatball supper. We had lots of food, lots of wine and lots of laughs and sent everyone on their way by about 9pm...Steve was fast approaching his ...
... for home.it was quite a task!, especially since we tried to go up an easier path only to discover that it was closed halfway up and had to come back down and go up the steeper path....my calves are going to be screaming tomorrow... So, for a day of rest, we sure are beat....right now Ron is having his post supper nap now to get ready for sleeping later... Just a short update ...
... about because I'm most likely to forget them. Address changes, cancelling my car insurance and cell phone plan, packing a pillow... Scratch that there's not enough suitcase space.
I don't know exactly what I will be doing yet except that I will be volunteering at one of two schools, one of them is a school for under privileged youth with special needs.
And so the adventure begins!
Stayed at the Gravenhurst KOA. Went to the Farmer's Market on Wednesday, in the evening we played Bid Euche with Moe and Dave's Probus friends at a fabulous "cottage" on Lake Muskoka, played golf at the KOA on Thusday, Moe and Dave for dinner with us on Thursday night and we left on Friday ...
... a seat together, though! Anyway, we didn't
mind too much, as we were now pretty focussed on getting home.
we landed in Toronto, the pilot said it would take a while to deplane
because the runway was very slippery. That filled us the confidence!
Once we arrived in the terminal, we realized it was total chaos. There
must have been a thousand bags strewn about the place.
Little did we know that Toronto actually ...