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... into the shrubs so I can get a nice shot. “How far do you want me to go? There’s water in there.” That is my husband. “Keep going, “ I respond. “If the water isn’t above your eyes you haven’t gone far enough!” the three of us erupt into gales of laughter. A few more minutes walking around and several more photos and we are off to find another something-something to do with the now two and a half ...
... your own menu when you go to a restaurant, sleeping in a soft bed and sitting on comfortable furniture and watching tv with English commercials. Of course the best part of being home was seeing our loved ones. We missed them while we were away but, thanks to technology, keeping in touch is very easy.
While we were home we celebrated Mike's niece's birthday. Her actual birthday was the day we were scheduled to leave to return home so we ...
It rained most of the day. We stayed in bed til late. Had gotten a few snacks for breakfast. Then we walked to Christine's. We were soaked. We explored buy buy baby, the baby store below her apartment. Then we walked to eataly which was packed. We crossed the street and had lunch across the flatiron building. It was a nice place with ...
... big and the traffic was bad along Main Street.
There wasn't anything that caught our eye so we headed straight through to a campground amongst the vineyards just past the outskirts. Southern Ontario is a big agricultural producer due to its warmer weather and location along the shipping lanes of the Great Lakes. We passed through plenty of fruit stalls and wineries which was somewhat reminiscent of the Okanagan Valley. The rest of the evening was ...
... loaded the trailer with our supplies for a 2 month trip, mostly clothing, bedding, books, maps, and of course the electronics: laptop, cell phone and GPS. All the comforts of home.
9 am, the trip begins! We headed west, taking highway 401 towards Windsor, with a plan to cross into the USA via Windsor/Detroit border. As we left, I took note of the odometer which read: 73,775 km. It will be interesting to see what it says when we return.
The border crossing took ...