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We took a little side road exit - completely random one looking for gas and breakfast. We eventually found both in a very French town where nobody spoke English and the menus had no English on them. We are very proud that we figured out enough to order ...
... was driving us home from Toronto.
Out of airport in record time (half hour) and on the #401 heading home. A bit of traffic but home by 7.30pm Eastern Time (but 12.30am Southampton time)..........Tigger was so happy to see us
And Larry managed to stay up and Watch the Blue Jays but I crashed by 9pm.
A great trip but nice to be home. Lovely fall colours.
Only 2 weeks to get ready for ...
... as we head west.
The drive was typical of southern Ontario. Lots of open land with corn fields going for miles. The small towns that make up the cross roads are plentiful. We decided to stop at one called Merrickville. It had a eclectic selection of country stores selling crafts, fudge, ice cream and knitted goods, you know the typical country general store. We walked along the street and poked our way thru the interesting ones. The only thing we purchased ...
... but with great views of the river and islands. The room was comfortable but the taps in the bathroom were a bit confusing. The hot tap was where the cold tap should be so by deduction the cold tap was where the hot tap should be. This proved to be the case. As well, the taps both turned on in opposite directions. My left hand immediately adjusted to the situation but my right hand found it all very confusing. So I never knew if I was going to have a hot shower or a cold shower ...
... gratefully accepted Aunt Joy's contoured pillow for her neck.
We biked around the island last night, and saw some cool campers and sites. There are 305 sites here, but we think we have the best area - sunset side, right on the water. There's a marina here, too .... maybe a paddleboat ride before we head out Friday morning for Plattsburgh and the Ausable Chasm.
Here are some pics from today .... and thanks for the comments!