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... the Niagara escarpment so the part we walked on was a tiny section. So we got slightly lost and stopped to check our position on Robin's phone and it confirmed we hadn't quite reached the other trail yet. In fact we only walked another 10 metres or so and we saw the signs on the coastal rocks.
By the time we got back to the car it was past lunch time and we found a family restaurant in the middle of nowhere before we reached the ...
... nice. By now it was time to return home to meet Daisy so we drove back through the Beaver Valley. The whole drive was pretty with the leaves starting to turn fo r Autumn. Robin says that the next stage is when a big gust of wind blows all the leaves off and they end up with cold grey scenery, and then mush. So sounds like we arrived at a good time to see the area. ...
... sun set over dinner and chatted the whole time catching up on news. Chris is now a qualified paramedic but looking for more shifts. Hopefully we will cross tracks again in the future.
Said our goodbyes at 8:30 pm and made our way to Dundalk, again having to use the GPS and our wits because of the expressway closure,only made one wrong turn, but was able to follow other cars most of the way so it wasn't too hard.
Hi all arrived this AM 6.30 body time; 11.30 am London time. Plane seats were very hard and upright not much sleep. We picked up our car with a GPS and tried to program it ,long laborious task , on side of airport road. Arrived at B&B about 4.20 pm after driving over hill and dale on narrow, twisty roads. Got luggage up to the room and went to bed. South Side Studio B&B, ...
... we arrived, the bacon was gone and some of the other things pretty limited. We back-filled with some Tim Horton's down the road!!
We traveled through some resort towns, Peterbough and Ollila. I, again, did not take a lot of pictures. I did notice some interesting names of towns: Ompah, Omemee, and the most interesting: Sexsmith!! Not to be confused with Sexsmith, Alberta!!
On a long stretch of Trans-Canada HWY 7 ...