The Holley Rankine House
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... all part of my plan." I reacted and he immediately threw his shirt up saying it was a joke. I'm never felt my heart stop like that before. It was in my stomach. I said we were turning around and Josh took his shirt off and everything out to sort of show he was kidding. To keep it light he kept making comments about hiw it was so nice of him to give us a tour and we woyld have never came that way if it weren't for him and he accepted ...
... I've met) and there we were in a totally other country looking at the exact same things! Having been before I knew the best views were from this side. We were able to get a really good view of the Horseshoe (or Canadian) falls from Toronto and we were all finally able to have a drink together, Georgia was finally of legal drinking age, after which we went and did our own thing before meeting up on the USA side ...
... to scan half the information, but I do appreciate these mini history “tid bits”.
It turned out to be a gorgeous morning! The sun was shining, the fine mist of the falls felt wonderful, the birds chattered and squirrels played along the paths. Whitney can attest that these are freaks of nature squirrels…they are huge and have no fear of us (no doubt resulting from tourists feeding them :/). Between the excitements of our ...
... was mysterious, active, and very interesting!
Alyssa - The seal or sea lion show was a funny and great show. The seals did flips, wiggles, and kisses. The trainers wanted to tell us something and they did - it was that we should not litter because the poor animals, including the ones we saw, could get caught in the trash and die. This is very sad. Last, the seals and sea lions were very well-behaved and got fish ...
... We loved every minute of it! We then did the walk beside the rapids. The water is rushing past so very fast. Then on our way home we discovered just about every shop shuts early - at about 5 or 6pm. Not leaving much choice for dinner but oh well. On our way walking along in the park we watched the squirrels and the chipmunks. We could watch them all day collecting their nuts and burying them in the soil, digging up others and rehiding them. So very cute ...
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