Grafton Village Inn
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... ve been uncomfortably hot. Good reason for anchoring out rather than tying up somewhere! The deer flies were vicious so swims to cool down were quick and mostly underwater! There's quite a lot to organize for the trip home tomorrow, so we've been making many trips to the car. Everyone seems to be feeling a mix of emotions, some excitement about heading home but also some sadness that the trip is ...
... and coke were worth it. Today is sunny and 27c, a lovely day.
Tomorrow is the last day of our road trip. We head off to Niagara Falls and then back to Toronto. Should be a good night. The PanAm games start in Toronto tomorrow and there's a heap of activities on all night. We've booked a different hotel, within walking distance of everything.
Having a great time,
Kevin & Fran
... think of a vegetable garden as a chunk of land divided into pieces and on each piece one crop will be grown. With permaculture, the idea is that one plant can support the growth of another plant, called companion-planting. Broccoli, potatoes and onions apparently grow really well together. Because permaculture does not involve any pesticides, plants have to be used as natural pesticides. When a certain insect that can damage a specific crop does not like the smell of ...
... lady who was trying to cut ahead of us (very, very rudely). Some nice moves on her - Eleanor threw her a hip and away she went into the ropes! We got shuffled into the line for the electronic customs check and were able to laugh at the butting lady who was still in line when we finished - ha-ha - that's karma baby!!!
After the slowest baggage unloading I have ever seen (45 minutes at least), Erin pulled up to pick us up - thanks Erin!!
Seventy minutes down the ...
... map. We went to Ranney Falls first, not too many blocks from the shop and walked the suspension bridge and snapped some pics at the lock and crossing the gorge. From there we followed the map and headed out to find Healey Falls-- quite the funny story in the end-- we crossed the Trent River and took what we thought was the right road... it wasn't we backtracked and then felt sure we were on the right road and parked as the shop owners ...