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Steve and I have lived here for 17 years - it is the first home we bought together.
Love the house, the town and the property. 2 Acres of nice wooded land - lots of room for the dogs to roam and creates a park like atmosphere for us to enjoy. House is 2100 sq ft - more space then what 2 people should need but it was the perfect buy for us at the time
... 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'.
... and it all more or less went downhill from there. Firstly the wonderful security check - manned (or should that be womanned) by a girl who looked as though she had swallowed a wasp asking inane questions...
Where are you staying - Chatham Kent
Do you have someone to stay with - no am thinking of finding a tree to lie under for three days (of course I didn't say that)
Is if family or friends - friends
What is the purpose of your ...
... 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 - ...
Day 51 (June 6) -- Not a long day on the road today. We drove around London after leaving our campsite this morning. It had some interesting buildings -- one in particular was a Delta Hotel it seemed but built on to the old Armoury and they kept the entrance as the old Armoury. Also, what river do you think runs through London-- none other than the Thames, of course.