Best Western College Way Inn
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Well, it looks like I have (finally!) found my travel vehicle after a very intense 3 weeks of searching.
As I said in an earlier entry, before I left Australia I had it in mind to buy a +25' (8m) Class C Motorhome, but upon arrival and looking at said same beasties, I realised that it was just too must for me to take-on at this early point in my 'driving-on-the-wrong-side-of-the-road' career. ...
Well, I thoroughly enjoyed my first experience of Thanksgiving and I got to do it twice!!
Thank you Kate and Dennis. Thank you Dale and Michal.
The Turkey and Ham and all the sides were excellent, and, like post Xmas lunch, I proceeded to doze off in the later afternoon (nothing to do with the wine consumed, of course!). This was ...
... for Noah's nursery. I picked up a couple of things too, but we didn't stay too long.
Once we got home she prepared the butternut squash for dinner tonight, then sat back and relaxed because Talita's feet were hurting her due to some water retention
When Nick got home from work he showered, sat a few minutes then started doing some house cleaning....what a nice guy. Then he started fixing dinner, I kept trying to offer ...
... while I was really taken with the ‘sonic blooms’ tall, vibrantly coloured, motion activated sonic sculptures. We got the light rail back and, much later than usual, looked for somewhere to stay. We drove to a Country Park, where rates are usually reasonable for walk-ins but cost more if you book ahead. When we arrived, the rate was $20 per night, with an additional charge for pre-booking of $8 – ...
... I did find several Canadian meat products - black bacon, some sausages, and I added some more wool socks to my wardrobe. The best thing about that Costco was the food court. They of course have the obligatory Hot Dog. But they also offered a "Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich" and a huge platter of French Fries. Offered either with gravy or ala Poutine (cheese curds). Maybe next time. Now we are waiting for the oil change and then on to ...