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... the Frontenacs pushed the player from Oshawa on the ice and thereby won the fight), they each went into their own penalty corner and the game continued as if nothing happened. After the third period, it was a tie (2-2). But as there can only be one winner, the game continued for another 5 minutes. Still, no winner, which meant penalty shoot outs. This was pretty spectacular, as they do not just shoot from a distance but approach the keeper and then try to score. Finally, victory for ...
... project (for those who are interested) that sits in the Don Valley nature area. It’s a really interesting project and a great site to visit for anyone, whether interested in environmental issues or not.
We left about noon and headed back toward the US for another brief visit to New York state. We made arrangements to meet our niece for breakfast on Thursday. She is serving a church mission ...
... fast with more and more guests onboard. However the highlight of having a teenage boy onboard came in the way of tickets to see the Boston Red Sox in town to play the Blue Jays. The boss bought the 3 of us tickets 3 rows behind the Sox dugout and while our boys in Red failed to hold on to an early lead we enjoyed a beautiful evening at the park with all expenses paid.
We departed Toronto and after a stop in Port Hamilton, our next dock in ...
For our second camping trip we headed out to Rideau Acres campground near Kingston. A nice campground although we we placed on the main road so a fair amount of traffic. Set up was much eaisier this time (we're learning) and we had a nice weekend just chillin'.
Breaking camp went well also and we were home around 3pm Sunday after an enjoyable drive home. Starting to get the hang of having the trailer behind, so far so good.
... at 6:00 with the outside temperature at a very comfortable 71 degrees. We can see Lake Ontario from our rig (we are about 200 feet away from its shore) and were treated to a lovely sunset about an hour ago! Tomorrow we are planning to take a boat tour of the thousand island area and may or may not be back to this campground. It all depends on where stopping time finds us I guess!
We drove 181 miles today…I think Mufasa thought he was being abused after so many days of ...