Clarion Inn and Conference Center Gananoque
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- Swimming pool
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It was a long day in the car - 11 hours cramped with the dogs - and always a 50 pound lapdog on me...but we were in good spirits....until we got to Watertown NY....where the hotels were scary and dirty....we finally found on that was sooooo old...but it worked. We will be home tomorrow and I am happy for ...
... as well. Had a blast playing dice and partying around the fire with our new friends Friday night! Barry got a little tipsy but had an awesome time. Also met Sheri and Tim, and Kenny and his wife. Super people! Saturday turned out to be a beautiful day, we went on a small hike and chill axed most the day! Was raining for pull out Sunday, and very cold! Had a great ...
... Dog Drama....... 2 German Sheppard's @136(corner of fishing point trail) . Barry and I went for a walk to check out Fisherman's Point and of course the og was untied. "Zeus" came out at us abut listened to me when I yelled stay. Not a happy camper!! These dogs showed aggression towards Eddie when they walked by earlier, they should have been tied! Fisherman's Point is pretty cool. Nice spot, I really like it. Eddie almost drowned ...
We drove out of Montreal in heavy snowfall that blanked out the street signs, covered the non existent road markings and made the potholes invisible. Rosie wasn't happy either as she couldn't get satellite connection. The snow was building up on the roads and the snow ploughs were out in force snow ploughing and salting the roads. The temperature was showing 26 Fahrenheit. I turned on the windscreen washers and it iced up on the windscreen. Won't do the that again. Now we know ...
... would do well to take note of!”
New England is past us now. Mrs Henry and I are encamped on the shores of Lake Ontario, precedent to reaching Niagara Falls. As we downed our end-of-the day Budweiser at dusk, a feline creature with shining, green eyes made its way towards us from the shoreline.
“It’s a skunk!”, yelled Mrs Henry alarmed.
It was, dear donors, a skunk, a creature that David Attenborough has yet to cover ...