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... this look as no one approached me. So being the resourceful individual I am I stopped an official looking person and asked where I got the flight to London Ontario. 'Oh thats in D area in B section' ????? So following the direction of her finger I went up to D section and made my way to B section which was RIGHT over on the farrrrrrr side of B Section. Arrived in D area to be met with ' International Flights'.
... it when taking the cover off the plate. I wasn't the one who was upset - the cabin crew where.....couldn't apologise enough but really - it was just a squashed bit of cake. I asked if they had dropped it - nooo - had someone stuck a finger in it...noooo - so what was the problem. Evidently though it seems that some people in business class would get quite iffy about it - seriously -get a life people - its one bit of cheesecake.
... of cheesecake - which btw is still in the fridge. Did I mention that Char is a BRILLIANT cook and so delicious puddings are the order of the day. I fell into bed totally full up and happy.
Soooo up at 6am this morning - keeping the cats company on the porch whilst I drank my iced lemon water and smoked a couple of ciggies.
Breakfast of poached egg and ham on homemade toast - ...
... we headed out on the 401 west and turned south briefly to drive through Ridgetown. Denis was hoping to see something that looked familiar to some 41 years after he had worked there in a Chrysler plant. Wikipedia didn't mention Chrysler being an industry there anymore and not surprising with all the downsizing in the automotive industry in Canada.
Pain Court was the next and ...
... as bad as it was had our windshield wipers been better. We may have to get some new ones before we head back to Detroit.
Thanks to Siri and my iPhone, we had no problem finding the border. Because I was driving, I couldn't really look at the scenery, but driving through Detroit, I did see a couple abandoned buildings, a beautiful city skyline, and some beautiful old buildings downtown. We made it to the border, paid 4.75 to take the tunnel into Canada, ...