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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... trying to snow, temperature zero; fortunately the suite is well heated, including a fireplace which I can't be bothered lighting. Sit and relax with a glass of wine, looking out over the lake. Beautiful. Thermometer outside says -2.
Monday October 19.
Actually, temperature dropped to -5 during the night, we're up early for a busy day ahead, luckily the heaters are very efficient, so the studio was fine. Car frozen over though and very cold ...
... had held such wonderfully happy memories for MM. It was quite emotional. Dad visited there once, which was special. Tim And Gill then took us around the lake and other islands - three had been owned by the Beckers. After we got back to their cottage we saw a Bluejay, a Woodpecker and a Chipmunk (called Alvin). We had a delightful dinner. So grateful to them for their kindness to us. A very very special day. If we flew home tomorrow, the trip would have been worth ...
... was where MM taught swimming and diving every summer for many years. Pioneer Camps are Christian Camps and it was there in 1939 that she went alone out into the forest to to pray about her future with Dad. Glad she didn't meet a bear! Stayed night at Huntsville. Dad came skiing here winter 37/38. There is a photo in Bob's collection of Dad here ...
... gates of Algonquin Park and right there we had a quick lunch stop (really quick, as it was starting to rain again) as we arrived. Afterwards we initially had a 3h canoe tour planned which we had to cancel due to the rain, as we got told that it will be getting worse in about an hour. To use that one hour to the max, we went for a 1h canoe trip. Some group members have never canoed before, so we had a bit of a rough start (Karen and Kayleigh moved along in a zig-zag way because they ...
... we reached the Holland Marsh. Our final 2 riders got on in Grimsby and then it was on to the Duty Free Shop in Niagara Falls before crossing the border. Lunch was enjoyed at the Cracker Barrel in Lancaster, not far from the Buffalo Airport. As we drove south snow was still visible on roofs and the ground through most of New York State and into Pennsylvania. We passed through the Allegheny Mountains and stopped at The Country Cupboard in Lewisburg ...