Singer Castle on Dark Island
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... big and not too small.
The next day there were hydroplane races taking place downtown on the waterfront. Lucky us, we were able to watch from Scott's boat on the water. As well, he gave us a tour in the boat. Brockville has 18 smaller islands that form part of the city and his force is responsible for law enforcement on all othem as well. Some big enough for a home or two, and ...
... as well. Had a blast playing dice and partying around the fire with our new friends Friday night! Barry got a little tipsy but had an awesome time. Also met Sheri and Tim, and Kenny and his wife. Super people! Saturday turned out to be a beautiful day, we went on a small hike and chill axed most the day! Was raining for pull out Sunday, and very cold! Had a great ...
... the canoe and didn't like being tossed overboard! Barry broke the yoke in the canoe when he was trying to get out. That's it for the canoe for now! Eddie is being good as always. Loving the sun and pulling sticks out of the lake. Going to play some ladder ball! Of course Barry is the champ! Park is very quiet, weather is beautiful. Saturday morning Barry found his sunglasses. Wearing my polarized ones to search the water for them ...
... seems to own the site. He chases away the chipmunks and black squirrels. When he is off chasing the black squirrels, the chipmunks come and raid his territory. Quite comical! We named him Sammy the Squirrel. Nuts are falling from the trees, last night I blamed it on Percy the porcupine. Percy was up the tree throwing nuts at us. Not really,but it was a funny campfire story. Sunday we hiked Sandstone Island Trail. Very nice, scenic trail. 3.3 ...
... br> The RV is not a vehicle meant for speed so we were often passed on the highway. Jeff took his time and we cruised along. This was great, because it made sight-seeing a lot more fun when driving. We pulled over at almost every road-side attraction and lookout. We really enjoyed the slower, more relaxed pace.
The only time I was uncomfortable in the RV was driving through Quebec on the way to New Brunswick in the high winds ...