Rosneath Bed and Breakfast
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Up 5.30am to shower and get ready to travel back to Sonoko and John's house in Whitby. All the Tao families in the area had arranged to meet at Sonoko and John's house to discuss the Retreat that was held last weekend. It was so lovely to catch up with all these lovely people again. We had a great discussion and sharing of ideas so they could make improvements to how they run future workshops. Still had ...
Went out to the southern area of London. This area is a very old settlement area with shops built like in UK London. Lovely big old houses too. Had a picnic in the park and watched the little black squirrels collecting acorns to store for winter. Then met up with some friends of Mandy, our hostess, and had afternoon tea together. They have an enormous mall that has not only shops, but also the library and ...
... are a bargain compared to BC prices.
We are again with Glenis and Andy and we took a short walk through the neighbourhood and down to the local pond. The weather has been very nice. Warm, up to 29 C but a bit too humid(91%) for our liking. Tomorrow we will leave and head to Niagara Falls. I have reservations at a campground just a short distance to the falls so it should be very convenient.
... from the old building at Harbord Public School when I went there ... and which you can see in the attached photo.
As usual, the presence of a huge cast iron stove and the chimney/heating pipe running the length of the classroom is quite different from what we would expect in Oz ... and a reminder of just how bloody cold Canada gets. Real freeze the ***** off ...
... Vicky and Liz and assorted recent (and not so recent) Kings and Princes and Princesses.
In some way (place and institution-wise, anyway) they are much more Anglophile than Aussies are ... even, strangely, in Quebec (though they do have their French Revolutionary and Catholic heroes as place names as well). Really weird in Quebec.