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... of the St. Lawrence River.
The boat took us on a 2 1/2 hour international tour through both the American and Canadian sections of the 1000 Islands, including Millionaire's Row. We saw one mansion more spectacular than the last as we cruised along on a VERY windy day. Many of these opulent homes were built during the gilded age. Our guide Tim, a ...
... cold front passing through tonight and the temperatures will drop. Last night we enjoyed sitting outside by the fire roasting marshmallows and saving the world (our almost intelligent conversation). It was really interesting visiting the boat museum as one of the boats resembled the old Panderel. Dad you can see more about the boat museum that we visited in Clayton, NY at ...
For our second camping trip we headed out to Rideau Acres campground near Kingston. A nice campground although we we placed on the main road so a fair amount of traffic. Set up was much eaisier this time (we're learning) and we had a nice weekend just chillin'.
Breaking camp went well also and we were home around 3pm Sunday after an enjoyable drive home. Starting to get the hang of having the trailer behind, so far so good.
... help pay for essentials, such as transportation, accommodation, and project costs so we can most effectively run the project. This is essential to maintaining a sustainable relationship with the Hamlet of Arviat.
If you are looking for more information on the work that QPID does, qpid.ca has tons of helpful information. And you are always more than welcome to ...
... Today we welcome the invading
Americans to journey its scenic route. As you travel along the Rideau you will see most of the stonework and many of the buildings as they were in the 19th century.
In 1826, Lieutenant Colonel John By of the Royal Engineers was assigned to supervise the construction. Colonel By faced a stiff challenge, to create a navigable waterway between the Ottawa River and Kingston, through what was at the time a wilderness of rough bush, swamps and ...