Travelodge Barrie On Bayfield
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... 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 ...
Drive back from the Cottage after breakfast and head out to Lake Simcoe. B&E have a beautiful 33 foot sailboat on this very large lake. We take it out and are blessed with steady sailing winds with occasional gusts. Danny takes the helm and has a ball getting it healed over to 30 degrees list and almost maximum hull speed for 2 hours. But Karen gets the record as she has the wheel when a ...
... were shared over the 2 weeks. * Walking in the Mediterranean * Driving 1100 kilometres without a GPS ( this best did not include the speeding ticket that Cheryl got that was received in the mail that caught her driving 96 km in a 90........ Go figure that one out. Mail in France goes really fast!!! and only 6 km over but caught by a speed camera.....hope more don't arrive this week as they might just be Nancy's"! * Women having the ability to get along enduring a lot of rain ...
... Jones. He was whistling a cheerful tune as we crossed paths. “You're too late,” I said. Or maybe it was the wet, rapid, volley of slurred bitterness that came first. The doctor stopped whistling.
My father wanted to open the store that morning. Where would people get their meat, bread and fresh vegetables if the store stayed closed? Part of me wanted him to open the doors – maybe the familiar smell of fresh cured ...
A very early start for our crew this morning in order to be at Trenton for 8 am to set up registration, souvenirs, stage area and organize parking for bikes. By 10 am, the start time of the ceremonies, we had about 300 bikes. The crowd was full of red shirts and military uniforms. We were pleased to see that our friend Raj had come in for the day, this time bringing his daughter. ...