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... or lower tonight! We had only been home a short time when the phone rang and it was friend Kevin’s sister Alice. Seems he was to go to hospital, not sure who decided that-Alice lives about an hour away from him-We can’t reach him on phone and he has not turned up at the hospital! Phil headed to his house to see if there was a problem and has not returned yet. Finally found that he is at the hospital and Phil phoned Alice and came home. Nothing we can do now but ...
... brought a pot of coffee and some Kahlua flavored stuff to add to the coffee, and birthday cards and a scratch-ticket. We talked for about an hour and they left. Phil did go to town for a few things and then we did house things. Later dressed to go to Kristin’s future in-laws for dinner. They are a nice family, very family orientated. Lance has custody of his 3 daughters, ages 7, 12 and 14. We took some Italian sausages for the meal and they cooked them. ...
... Gloucester the closest town, has a number of whale watching experiences. The Stellwagen Bank and Jeffrey's Ledge are the rich feeding grounds where the whales feed for 5 months before returning to the Caribbean to give birth. The whales do not feed again because of the lack of nutrients in the warm water. This area is a National Marine Sanctuary. We watched 5 humpbacks only diving and feeding in the cold ...
... miles and that is 727 times the size of Boston at 44 square miles! Fuel here in Canada is averaging around $7.25 per gallon (converted).
Sept 25th-Sunday in Sudbury. Up to a foggy morning. Breakfasted and may make it on the road by 10:30. Phil is just not a ‘leave early in the morning kind of guy! Lots of fog this morning and very thick! After about 40 miles it thinned and finally was gone. We again stopped at a small park on a lake to eat ...
... for a mattress. A guy named Frank came for the 'broken’ air bed and thinks he can fix the motor. I had so many people wanting it and was hard to narrow it down, but after he arrived I knew I had made a good choice. He is about my kids age and very presentable, but, do to some chemical accident in the military he ended up with leukemia, at least that is what they think. I felt good about my recipient choice and he thinks he can fix the motor. A happy ending. Now time for ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed