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We have the alarm set for 9 today. There is a bit of laundry to complete in preparation for packing later tonight or more likely tomorrow morning. I get the laundry sorted out and Jim takes the first load down and then makes coffee. We have decided that our one last excursion will be to the Warplane Museum which is in Mount Hope, right next door to Hamilton International Airport. As we are having our breakfast I call my uncle. He ...
... of about 4 to five feet high and the rest is constructed of wood. I also noticed that the dairy barns are more opened than closed; they are all structured as buildings but the outside walls are not walls at all but almost appear to be made of screen. In some of the barns we could see cattle (it was the middle of the afternoon and if I remember, that isn’t exactly milking time), while others stood empty. their inhabitants grazing in nearby pastures. ...
... a particularly important part of being home. Shopping with her mom and sister is something that the three of them would do on a regular basis and since being in Korea, shopping just hasn't been the same.
But, like most things in life, it is usually the little things that make the biggest impressions. Things like having a dryer for your clothes, being able to use a toilet that isn't wet from your morning shower, buying things with English ...
Cynthia and I started walking on our own. We passed by penn station and met with Chris times two at La Grainne cafe, in Chelsea. It was a beautiful place, with great food and a lovely waiter with big beautiful green eyes. We had a delicious brunch and the light was so beautiful and interesting over our table. Met Chris walked around city with Christine. Walked from home down to Chelsea neighborhood and loved the chelsea market. The highline, the meatpacking district and the bars around ...
... roadtrip has been full of a lot of little decisions like this because you can either make a driving day to spend some extra time at the next destination or stop more often which limits the next day. Eventually we decided on driving onwards to Hamilton, but we couldn't find a suitable campground near the highway that runs from Toronto to Niagara Falls so we had to go a little bit further to St Catharines. We took a little detour through downtown Hamilton which ...
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