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It was a busy day today. The trial I had involved a roofing claim where I had to remind the parties it was not kindergarten and one must not talk over each other. Beat most of the snow to return to Hamilton where a quick bunch of ribs were wolfed down, constituting dinner. Off with Mom to see Dad in the nursing home and back for a bit of computer …
... seemed to want me to follow ... made worse by construction on the major arterial expressway that reduced one side of it from four lanes to two.
It took me almost 30 minuets to get onto the feeder to the expressway from one of the main streets ... and then traffic crawled for another 20 minuets to get past the construction.
What the GPS thought should be a 40 minuet trip took ...
... the guy over there wearing a onesie was cute. (Don't roll your eyes, new year's eve is a free pass to be crazy...) This was thé queue for the girls to try to set me up with a Canadian fellow. Turns out he was already taken , much to their disappointment. We ended the night on a high and not too late, so we would still be pleasant on new year's day. 2014 was started with a late morning and a lazy breakfast.
A wonderful evening of yummies was organized for everyone by the ...
... Cat grin as we pull away. As Randy said "we could have had a meth lab back there". I guess we look like good, trustworthy Canadians. We obviously didn't offer up more information than what was asked, and why would we. We are back on Canadian soil, and for the first time in ten days, we are driving in rain- somehow fitting. It's Thanksgiving weekend, but after being in this truck for ten days, we can't bare the thought of driving another three hours to ...
... I began, so technically it's really only 3, but whatever, I'll take it! I've experienced temperatures between 40 above to minus 45 degrees, blizzards, heat waves and torrential downpours, thigh deep snow and burning hot pavements. And I'm only just over halfway through my year, and halfway through my summer holidays, so I don't want to sound like this is a summing up of my adventures just yet, but it is healthy to reflect on all I have to be thankful for so far. ...