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... Niagara on the Lake is a delightful Canadian town situated where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario and from the lake one can clearly see the USA.
It was settled in 1781 as a British military base and so has lots of historic sites dating from the 1800's. The main street reminded us of a cross between Montville and Mt Tambourine in Qld, Leura in the Blue Mountains and Richmond in Tassie. All along the ...
Up early and organised. All the hard work re: suitcase weights, packing, had been done yesterday, so actually caught an earlier shuttle to the airport.
Checked in and were charged again for our 3rd bag, the bootbag. No skis to offset the charge! Plan to convert that to a full suitcase, as we need to include the (very full) bootbag that Dave and Karen brought back to Newfoundland when they left us in Naples. That ...
... his style but this time it was more appropriate. We were not permitted to take photos. The marble stairs showed signs of considerable wear from the foot traffic over many years.
Located a building called the "Flat Iron" building - triangular shaped like the one of the same name in New York. There is a lot of restoration work on the old buildings as well as some new construction. Toronto has quite a blend of old and new but seems to be ...
... with Sarah and Fiona off to the airport. I stayed at my niece Alison's house - she was actually in Canada with her family at the time. I had dinner with my friends Alison Lamb and Paul Watt, both from Leeds uni days.
August 15th - back to Cheadle Hulme again, on a very efficient (and expensive!) train, and Sarah's friend Julie comes to stay for the weekend. I feel that I already know Julie, as she was my "contact' when Sarah was ill, and also ...
... seller operated an honesty box, and with $8.00 in change we headed off for a bargain. Just as we arrived outside the house a couple in their late 20’s were leaving in a pick-up truck, and they asked if I was buying wood, took my $8.00, helped load the 2 bags and drove away. I am not sure that it was their wood to sell.
For the next 2 days we did exactly what we had been doing for the previous 4 days, just at a different campground. Jason caught a pike, and no one ...