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We left to visit St. Andrews, one of Canada's oldest towns. About half of the buildings within the original town plat (laid out in a square) are more than a hundred years old and a few are more than two hundred. We were given a descriptive guide that listed over 30 houses and churches within the heart of the town.
While we were out taking a picture of the hand-carved pediment of the ...
... Factory included a sample. From St. Stephen we travelled further south to the seaside town of St. Andrews. My cousin's husband grew up in this town and his family's life was very much entwined with that of Grace Helen Mowat, the woman who started Cottage Craft in 1914. I climbed a bank of grass beside 3 canons that have been in place since the War of 1812. Those guns were never needed. We had our picnic in a nearby park within site of the ocean. The tide came in ...
... A quick tally of the receipts for our meals using the dining plan shows we would have spent just shy of $1800 USD for the meals and snacks we thoroughly enjoyed during our time at WDW. The free dining plan sure paid off for us! Soon enough we will be in final preparations for our European Experience 2014. We will begin our voyage across the pond in Ireland, ending up in Paris and many points in between. Stay ...
... fisherman I called CAA and had it towed as I said. Upon returning home my buddy Denny comes over and says start it up. After a few cranks it goes, but I give no gas as I do not want to screw things up worse. It runs fairly quiet when not being revved up. Now all of you motorheads might now figure out what has gone wrong. Turns out one of the nuts has come off of the front rocker arm on the right side of the engine, causing the valves not to open and close ...
... way that it was completely necessary to put a second round of air into the new, big mattress before bed. As the air temperature gets cooler, more air is needed. Without it, we spent most of the night folded up like burritos. Being a burrito is uncomfortable.
What didn’t help was all of the strange night noises. At one point, a Chihuahua and a raccoon went ten rounds outside our tent before something clubbed the raccoon and then took ...