Canadas Best Value Inn-Burlington/Hamilton
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Wednesday, September 3
This morning Ted ran around the fairground track and the pretty neighborhood of Palmyra. Lovely little town. We ate light because we planned on having the dessert we missed the night at the Chill n Grill as soon as it opens today. We started our tour at the Martin Harris homesite. It was not open to the public but is a lovely reproduction of the original home. Look closely at the way the stone masons place and grouted each ...
... Around minus 20 degrees. We had some nice home made lunch. Feel like home here and eating home made food feels like a luxury, been eating out so much the last couple of weeks. After food I sat down to book a new ticket home from New York, I'm staying another 3 days over there. Then Katarina dropped me off at the train station at the same time as she picked up Lars. I was going in to Toronto to meet up ...
... were being confiscated at the border, so maybe they were keen to make it up to me? Regardless of this, the people in Canada are really quite nice, and the half way house it offers between America and the UK I found instantly quite appealing.
I met up with my host and he kindly drove me back to their place in Burlington (about an hour away) where I was introduced to his very Scottish wife and hilarious children. I have to admit that, whilst I've had a lot of ...
... our kids out even when the smallest raindrops are starting to fall!
At this moment now the sky has grown gloomy again and the winds have calmed down. Sorry to say but I really do not have a good feeling about this. Is this the quiet before the storm...?
In all honesty, this summer camp has had more than just a rough start. One of the campers left already, she was supposed to try the camp to see if she would stay for the ...
... else in Quebec. (The horrible French accent will definitely make it all more real and dramatic, even if the Poutine should taste disgusting...)
Right before the fireworks start, an ancient trophy of Mississauga appears on the stage and the crowd just goes nuts: the mayor of the city, Hazel McCallion, spreads some more patriotism and expresses her best wishes for Canada. I am telling you, that lady has been at my Graduation Ceremony back in 2009 and already then ...