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... pulled up to escort us on the march (sirens included!) When turning out of the car park our resident techie (Neil) who was acting as flag bearer decided that he was temporarily back in the UK leading the whole march towards the UK side of the road into oncoming traffic! Thankfully some others were more awake and quickly shouted for him to move over! The band headed the march along with Salvationists ...
... the glass doors and taking photos for now.
The mill store was wonderful-full of different types of flour and dried goods such as beans, fruit, baking supplies and pastas. Huge gluten free section too. Amongst other items, we bought a 50 pounds bag of Arva all purpose flour, 10 lbs bag of pastry flour (people are marveling about this stuff) ad 5lbs each of light ...
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... books, folding chair, snorkle set, tools and truck repair stuff, meditation and yoga items. I have at least a months worth of food as the food bank would not take open stuff - lots of dried goods and a few cans. All from my cupboards at the farm.
I am having a good stay with my family and enjoyed seeing most of them over the holiday. That was a good way to say my goodbyes.
In a few days, either Jan 1 or 2, ...
... 000 as opposed to the odd 2 or 3,000 we had seen thus far today. It even had tall buildings, electicity and everything. Its our first sign of what could be classed as large civilisation since leaving Quebec City. Slightly over awed by big buildings we decide to press on to find somewhere smaller to stay and head for the coast of Lake Erie. This has another familiar town name to head for, Port Stanley. A quaint little fishing town with about ...