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Departed Ottawa early afternoon. We enjoyed a delightful, though too short, visit with Raph and his Mum and Dad for supper at their home in Toronto, then got out of the city before turning in for the night at the ON Route service centre at Cambridge ON. Great idea to avoid Monday morning rush hour traffic in TO.
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Ziplock freezer bags
Little gifts for teachers (maple syrup, The Keg steak spice, Tea towels)
Family and Ontario photos on the compuiter
... minutes.... What a testament to out expansion!
The coolest part of the tour would have to be hanging out in Juyon's office. She came over for our Card party as well and invited us to come see her at Bethel. She is an illustrator and animator and she bounces back and forth between Patterson and Georgetown. She was not allowed to show us the artwork she is currently assigned to but she ...
... she wasn't breathing very well. LOL
Now on to packing....we are restricted to 15kg for final leg of the trip. We can leave some luggage in the hotel in Arusha or pack really lightly and do laundry along the way. We start taking our malaria pills on Thursday. We have all of our shots. I should be immune to just about everything! To add to the excitement, Cayley, a Rotarian in our club, ...
... to be a lot like many of the RV sites we’ve seen lately. The commercial sites – usually the only places you can get WiFi – are also more like trailer parks – sparsely treed, complete with events coordinators, snack shops, movie nights, bingo and a host of other things designed to keep retirees, parents and their kids from getting bored. The RV’s, in general, are set up like summer homes and the people ...