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... do in the fall. And, it is time!
The desk people are very nice and the continental breakfast is ample.
It says on the welcome sign for the little port city, that it is "Ontario's Feel Good Town!" Marketing genius I'm telling, genius!!
... before the weather caught up with us. We drove in pelting rain for about an hour and decided to stop early and stay overnight in Peterborough. We want to see the countryside, but not through a rainy window, so we're hoping tomorrow will prove to be sunnier, fingers crossed.
We rented a movie tonight which we'll enjoy from inside our cozy (read dry) RV.
In addition, I was finally able to catch up on some Canadian-version movies...the animated favorites "Tim Horton Hears a Who" and "How to Train Your Mountie", plus the baseball flick "Monopoly Moneyball".
That's all for today...tomorrow we're off to the wild Canadian North, where I learn to value the ...
... is understandable.
The drive along 401 from Detroit to Newcastle is 430 kilometers, or about 270 miles. It usually takes a little more than 4 hours, but today Toronto was packed...my guess is travelers for the holiday weekend (for my non-Canadian readers, July 1 is Canada day) because we never saw an accident or major construction, and it was only 2 PM when we drove through. Can't imagine living here long-term...I'd have ...
It was about a two hour drive to Cobourg. After a few wrong turns, we finally arrived at the residence where Doreen lives. Doreen was waiting outside, enjoying the sunshine. The building is situated by Lake Ontario and it's a short walk to the waterfront promenade. Doreen's apartment is located on the main floor and has a living room, bedroom, full bathroom and a small, but functional kitchen. There's even a ...