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... Imagine that, 'tho," said BJ, "they're traveling with their owners' Mommy and we're traveling with our owners' Daddy."
"I know," said AJ, " I though we were the only ones."
"I guess it doesn't matter who you are, everyone wants to see more of the world around them," said BJ.
"Yep," said AJ, yawning again, "but if we don't get some sleep we are not going to see anything tomorrow."
AJ and BJ settled down in the Daddy's back-pack for a well deserved ...
After getting our baby out of cold storage it is time to get her ready for a new season of exploring. May 16-20: Our first trip this year is with the By-towners back in Brockville at the Happy Green Acres campground. We took our usual place up on the hill and after set up headed down for happy hour (happy hour is a big part of camping with a group we are finding). The weather was still cold so the campfires were inside in a big boiler. Still a great time around the ...
For our second camping trip we headed out to Rideau Acres campground near Kingston. A nice campground although we we placed on the main road so a fair amount of traffic. Set up was much eaisier this time (we're learning) and we had a nice weekend just chillin'.
Breaking camp went well also and we were home around 3pm Sunday after an enjoyable drive home. Starting to get the hang of having the trailer behind, so far so good.
... dismantling the greenhouse and moving it cautiously into the barn, watching for any draping snakes as we went through doorways, it was time to negotiate the shower under an awkward attic-like window before having the daily dose of chai tea. On top of the hand injuries I’ve now found a lump on my head, but I’m not sure if it’s a reaction to a bite or concussion, hopefully it’s the former because I don’t remember hitting my ...
... families to the work sites, building rough shanty cabins. Others left their families in the newly created ByTown or the more established town of Kingston. Colonel By’s reports, which listed the number of people working at
each lockstation, also listed deaths, and these lists had columns for men, women and children. For instance, in 1830, during the “sickly season” which spanned from August to mid-September, in the southern Rideau (from Newboro to Kingston ...