Historic Wilson-Guy House
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... to that degree of detail to coordinate simple tasks such as moving a coffee cup to the kitchen sink, or wanting to plug a gadget into the power point. We often found ourselves in a slow dance embrace while we attempted to gather things out of one of the suitcases in order to prepare to shower or dress. The space is so cramped it reminded me of a caravan. It is good practice for when we become grey nomads. Rain? The forecast for this day was rain. We delayed heading ...
... br> capabilities and love of transport. Good effort, but you’re still a cheese
obsessed state from what I’ve seen. I walked down to the lake, before realising
I had lost feeling in my feet, and hastily retreated to a slightly warmer
clime. I then checked out the
Contemporary Art Museum, which had an imppresssive exhibition of photography
from all over the world by Naron Mahon and Alex Soth, in case you want your
facts. Embracing my ...
... a bring and share, so in true Christian
style, there was a plethora of food, with the quality of desserts on offer making
me grin from ear to ear in true joy. Just imagine your ideal Christmas dinner
plus your favourite desserts of all time and you can understand better why I
thought I’d died and gone to heaven! I had a lovely time catching up with all
the VCF crew, and meeting lots of new guys too! An aura of contentment ...
... and ice my foot, hoping it would be feeling better, ready to help out at the animal shelter the following day.
Arriving back at my room after a very uncomfortable cab ride back I had a quick shower then lay on my bed with a bag of ice on my foot feeling a bit better than an hour ago.
After getting room service to deliver nachos to my room I was ready to rest up for the following ...
We spent more time this morning working at the hotel then desired, but by 11am we were on the road towards Niagara on the Lake. We had to wait for only one car to cross the Lewiston-Queenstown Bridge, so it was an easy transfer. We paused at the Heights so I could take a phone call (which only lasted 45 minutes).
Arrived Niagara on the Lake, we went to the hotel to check in. Our room was ready, which was wonderful. ...