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... in the month they have been here, and they gave us a royal welcome with wonderful dinners, a cozy bed, a guided tour, and lots of laughs. Mark is an amazing, very accomplished artist and craftsman and Margo whipped up a painting just that week. Their lovely new home is just right for their style and creativity. Stella and Howie shared a few toys and some big romps in the parks. We went on a great wine tour ...
... It was yummy and perfectly suited to this laid back lobster shack on the beach. We were silly enough to park on the street metres and only had 20 mins. We talked about feeding the meter but decided to press on to the much larger and quiete Second Beach. It turned out to be exactly what I ordered, an endless stretch of beach for me to walk along. Despite our best efforts , we didnt even make it to the end of the beach and were wiped after our 2 ...
With a full day before us, we walked
down to Queen's Quay and wandered the harbour front. We had a wonderful
day, then went for dinner, and then headed to the lounge to await
further instructions AND our departure.
The 10 pm departure meant that our first
encounter with our cabin was in its "nighttime mode" meaning that our
day time ...
... enthused at the prospect of driving for hours in the rain, hiking in the rain, and then driving back for hours in the rain. However, by the time we picked up our friend Mark in Guelph and were about half way to the park the sun came out. Thank goodness!
With an hour to go we entered wind turbine territory. For those who don't know, Leon is mildly obsessed with wind turbines. And there ...
... now either churches or are imploding due to population flight or abandonment. It became clear to us why so many buildings just disappear in Detroit when we heard that it cost $3000.00 a month to heat one of the old residences.
People leave. Then squatters and scrappers make the buildings even more inhabitable, and the neighborhoods disappear as houses are burned down or raised by the city, one-by-one.
We visited ...
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