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... and helping out. The people seem friendly & as they all vegan / vegetarian it the type of place where someone will come down in the morning and hug you and give you 'nut milk'. The food is ridiculously healthily. I don't think anyone will be cracking open the tequila, so it's great preparation for my next run. It's sunny so I've cycled down town to see the harbour and take a few shots of the iconic sky tower. As it's thanksgiving they cooking a large meal ...
... besides. The nectarine is sweet and juicy; a perfect morning treat. As we are eating at the kitchen table we see a squirrel out in the back yard. He is an average sized squirrel and he comes to eat the food that my aunt leaves for him and his little friends. This squirrel different than the squirrels we are used to though – he is black! Yes a black squirrel! We have to take pictures; Jim uses his phone, I use my camera. Several birds, ...
... and within a few seconds of the doors opening, we saw our families and rushed to see them. After a few minutes of hellos and hugs, we each left with our parents to head home and rest after our long flight.
While we were home, we both got the chance to spend time with our closest friends. Kelsey saw her girlfriends for a day of lounging by the pool and of course the annual Old Time Photo session. Mike got together with his friends and went to ...
It rained most of the day. We stayed in bed til late. Had gotten a few snacks for breakfast. Then we walked to Christine's. We were soaked. We explored buy buy baby, the baby store below her apartment. Then we walked to eataly which was packed. We crossed the street and had lunch across the flatiron building. It was a nice place with ...
... faster than the speed limit.
Arrived St. Catharine, Ontario (just outside Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada), for the night. Will go to the falls on Saturday, and also attend some of the festivities at the local park here for the annual Wine & Grape festival. Had no idea there were so many vinyards in this region, but all the way from Hamilton to St. Catharine, we saw wineries and vineyards by the dozens.
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