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... our flight but we were worried about it getting through the snow. Our cab turned up and it was a massive Cadillac, which made easy going of the 40 min trip to the airport though the blizzard. Arrived several hours early, thank god for free wifi and Tim Hortons. Spent a rather boring few hours in reading and chatting, the dumped our bags and went through security.another couple of hours and a red velvet muffin later and it was time to board, sadly no upgrade for ...
... in so I am writing more!
The dogs belong to my hostess. Here they are waiting for her to come out and let them into the car for the trip. They love the cottage!
on the way up we stopped ay a Dairy Queen and I had the first Blizzard I have had in many years. ThT's right I didn't get to try out the new DQ on Government before I left! Yum! And they gave the dogs their own doggy cones. We all had a nice treat.
Our last night in Toronto... A feast was prepared by our very lovely hostess whilst her two lovely sisters helped her in the kitchen .. I was busy working on my blog - in any case too many cooks spoil the soup - so I conveniently stayed out!! A very comfortable and memorable stay in Toronto. Will always remember our beautiful friends for their kindness and ...
... and to fitness classes.
17. Stop panicking.
18. Have a glass of wine. That should help with #17.
Donnie's List of Things Still To Do:
1. Take the two things from the folded laundry I needed and add them to my already packed suitcase.
2. Zipper suitcase.
3. Make sure maps are readily available in backpack for constant and loving perusal at airport.
... and Manitoba where oil and natural gas pipes seem to sprout out of the ground as thickly as the corn for which this region is more traditionally known.
We stopped and camped along the way at the following:
Spruce Point Park (N55 23.398 W115 28.579) close to Lesser Slave Lake, nearly 90 kms long.
Bonnie Lake campground (N54 08.716 W111 52.815).
Kramer Campground, North Battleford (N52 43.755 W108 18.091) in the town of Battleford just outside ...