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Travel Blogs from Leamington
... intuition most of the time. To my dismay, the snow fell for hours; blowing, raging & drifting until we were submerged...the mailman wouldn't come today, it is far too dangerous.
The next day I looked out the window and there was white as far as the eye could see, with a good 30 cm's of snow balancing carefully on the top of our mailbox. I thought, okay, this works! When that pile of snow disappears, I will know the ...
... my arrival in NL I am required to obtain an appointment with the IND to apply for my residency permit. After I see them, and providing all of my documents are in order, they will put a stamp in my passport which allows me to work until my residency permit arrives. I could wait months to be granted a residency permit.
Why go through all of this for an extended holiday? **** it, why not? Not like I have anything better to do!
Let's see what happens!
... them.. but no.. there were no flies on the dead fish..they were too busy biting me.... :(
I finally made it to the tip of Point Pelee. There was a couple at the tip as well and I asked the woman to take a couple of pictures of me at the tip.
I took tons of pictures - and videos - figuring that I would never ever want to visit this park during this time of the year again. Not EVER!!!!!!!
After looking out from the tip, I headed back along ...
... That answer seems right to me.... :)
We were happy happy happy when we finally reached our destination of the Howard Johnson Hotel in Leamington.
The staff are very friendly at this hotel and the room is ample in size and clean. There is a pool and a hot tub and breakfast is included with the price.
We are hoping the weather ...
... lane of a truck stop.
We did find the right lane to get to the border into Canada. This visit to Canada was for a brief stay near Point Pelee, an international very important bird area. Point Pelee is part of a peninsula, the southernmost tip of Canada and a black sand spit into Lake Erie. It is at the crossroads of two major migration routes, the Atlantic Flyway and the Mississippi Flyway. This small point of land is one of the ...