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... mix and talk with each other. Around 5pm the others left for home, with some having a 4 hour trip to get home. John then made pastry to make into noodles for tea. They were so good. After tea John prepared the dough to make bread for the morning. He mixes it and leaves it to rise overnight, then bakes it in the morning. It's really yummy. We stay here tonight and talk with some of their friends in the ...
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.
... Monkey sort of weather.
The usual setup otherwise, lots of blackboard space, maps of the Empire (all that red!) and slates/chalk for rough work as well as composition notebooks and dip pens (and inkwells in the desktops!) for finished stuff. Very different even from what you and I would have experienced. Though my parents could remember a lot of it.
... 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.