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... mines" as far as detecting any mosquitoes in the area. Bummer. After cleaning up I doused myself in Eau de Off, and am in hopes that it will take care of any more infestations today. I think the reason I got hit so many times is because our camp site is under a couple of trees.
After reconnoitering our situation as far as clean clothes was concerned, we made the decision to do laundry before we started annoying dogs and small children! We also ...
... coffee yet! Gary R., how in the world did we ever survive without electronics?
Since we were too late to check out the shuffleboard courts last night we went to them before it was time for us to leave camp. They are the square, plastic, put together ones that we had seen in other campgrounds previously. The difference in these was that the squares were much smaller than the ones we have seen in the past. We shot a couple of rounds and found these courts to be like ...
Packed up and left Maumee Bay. We enjoyed our stay there. Headed a few hundred miles in northly direction to 'Four mile creek state park' campground near Niagara Falls on the banks of Lake Ontario. These state parks are nice, as they give you lots of room.
... of moss growing on the logs. I returned to Canada, and the hotel as I was going to go out to dinner with my tour companions.
We went to Skylon, which is a revolving restaurant on top of a tower. The sky was clear and the view spectacular. We could see Toronto on the horizon, which was fun. The meal was fantastic, the view better, and this was a lovely night out.
... us driving back into Buffalo to watch The Great Race come into town. This was a timed race around the Great Lakes and the entered cars dated from 1969 back to 1907. It was really quite fun and prompted Ken to wonder if he could enter a 1968 model Winnebago!? For more info on this race check out www.greatrace.com