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Today we were booked on a city tour and it was perfect weather for doing it. We started at Bellevue House, which was the home for Sir John A MacDonald for a short time. It is now the best example of an Italianate Villa in Kingston. He was certainly quite a man and had such a profound impact on us as a nation.
We then went to the Kingston Penitentiary. It ...
We had a nice drive today going towards Kingston. The side trip through the Loyalists Parkway was scenic and slowed the pace of following the freeway. There is so much history in this area that we could spend weeks in each area trying to learn it all. We both feel our Canadian history from school is almost all forgotten. LOL
We arrived in Kingston and did a quick tour of the town and booked a couple of tours. Tomorrow we'll do ...
Totals Miles driven on this trip is 6362. We drove east along Lake Ontario to the St. Lawrence River then about 30 miles up River to Wellesley Island State Park which requires us to cross over a long, high, and narrow highway bridge. Along the way we first drove out to a secluded Long Point State Park along Lake Ontario, but the sites were not too level and it was pretty isolated so we continued on another hour over back roads to Wellesley. We had ...
... Joanne and I headed off to Golden Lake Camp around 11:30 am in the morning. It takes approximately 3 hours to get to the camp from our house.
The drive to camp went smoothly.. no problems at all. The weather was nice and sunny... too bad it did not stay that way for the rest of our time in this area. Oh well, you make the best of the situation you are dealt...
... in Merrickville, as it had been in Smith Falls, for Harvey but we managed in the end and were parked close enough to wander in both places. Historical buildings, quaint shops and a group of canoes going through the locks at Merrickville-- how lovely. There are also Ruins near the locks in Merrickville -- so neat. Once again these locks were manually opened and closed and this lock station had three or four locks.
I was so ...