Best Western Voyageur Place Hotel
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Well, not much new here. Connie has packed, unpacked, repacked, unpacked, packed again 4 times now. I packed once and had a coffee. :-)
I've done nothing but train for the last 6 months to get ready for this trip, and now that we are packing, I realize that what I have planned is really quite stupid. I mean really, 6 climbs in 7 days. WTF was I thinking? Oh well, too late now...the hotels are booked ...
... complete with shops, food, basically anything you may need. People do not have to leave their office building. I can imagine this would be a god send in their cold winters. We spent a good 1.5hours navigating our way through this which was fun and we also came across a little jewellers where I finally picked out my birthday watch. I looooove it! :)
Mum and I left Blake and Dad and continued through the Eaton Centre to do some shopping which is HUGE by the ...
... tomorrow. We had lunch together with my other sister Deb (mother of the bride and Momzilla) and the bride (Bridezilla) and Father of the bride and wedding planner Mark (Fraunk).
Wedding rehearsal and dinner in the evening and a great time watching two families come togher through this wedding. Reconnecting with our nephews as well was a lot of fun.
... br> Little boy and little girl are eating. I sit right by their feet. I wait. I sit. I look charming. These
kids are not nearly messy enough this morning. Can hardly find a crumb that they’ve dropped! Little girl tells me I’m cute. Then she gives me ice cubes. I give her the eyes. She giggles.
I’ve got this kid! She wants to throw my toy. Tells me to fetch but I’m having none of ...
... for the inevitable struggle with Chauncey on the lake. Very exciting! Anyhow, we finally left there and dropped in to the Lone Star Cafe in Kingston for a bite to eat before we started the final leg of our journey home. Other than some very blustery winds enroute, which helped the temperature drop from +5 in Kingston to -7 by the time we reached Newmarket, it was a relatively non-descript 2-1/2 hours home. Now it's time to chill ...