BEST WESTERN University Inn
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What a lovely relaxing day of touring the local area and organising for the leg of the journey. We visited Merrickville, about 30 minutes away for lunch, a stroll to the shops and the locks, and then arvo tea to finish it off. Have to get used to everything being written in English and ...
... and wondering whether we had any prohibited fresh food) - Ummm C (sighing at having to explain this to us) - Firearms or explosives? Us (surprised) - Uh, no. C (bright smile while stamping passports) - Okay, Welcome to Canada. Have a nice day! Arrived at Bill and Sue's for lunch. So lovely to catch up. We had the guided tour of Brockville, Maitland, Maynard Public School and areas around about. It was interesting to get a feel for where Bill and Sue live and ...
... wash and $2.50 to dry,
the most expensive yet. And most campgrounds you're not allowed to
put your washing out to dry so you have to use the dryers. There were
also loads of bugs around so we mainly stayed inside with the air
conditioning on. Yeah for power.
July 15th – day 72
We were in no hurry to leave so we ate
an early lunch and left ...
... Police, stopping and directing trafic while Wayne backed the trailer into their driveway. Nice touch! Well.. Just happens, the Chief of Police is their son, Scott, who happened by as we arrived.. Lol! :)
Sooo good to see them!! We all lived in Qualicum Beach a number of years ago, and had more fun than you could ever imagine!! Many adventures which included music, travel, food and .. ...
... to take with you.
She also cooks your evening meal which is most enjoyable after a hard days fishing!
Paul supplies most of the tackle you need, all you have to buy is your terminal tackle to make up your own rigs. Some regulars bring bits and pieces with them, but there is no need as Paul has his own little tackle shop ...