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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... park on the lake, clean spacious and quiet was free. Turkey Point provincial Park was noisy/ rowdy and $38. Tonight's private Pleasant Beach is clean, spacious and courteous ( he even gave me the 3 quarters for the shower. A different private one I didn't even ask as the tent would have been squeezed between to big RVs; "watch out for that awning!!" Also of note on this leg is the absence of city parks for rest and water. Such a useful standard in the USA but I only ...
... and pick up a rental car. The weather was a little cooler when we headed back toward the border, and just as we hit the US/Canada Duty Free shop, it started to rain. After a short stop in Duty Free to load up on some essentials, we continued on our way to Lewiston, New York.
Lewiston is a very nice little town. It has an arts district that has lots of shops and restaurants. We hadn't eaten breakfast, so we stopped at a place called ...
... before hitting the road. I immediately crawled around under the trailer to inspect all the rest of the tires. They look good. So I need to find an RV service center along our way to purchase a new tire.
Our next destination was going to be in the Cleveland or Sandusky area in Ohio. I sort of got lost trying to get back on the I90 and ended up on this little hwy 5 that skirts Lake Erie which was for the best ...
... York and found our way to Aunt Mary (Gene's sister) and Uncle Dave's house in Silver Creek, about 30 miles south of Buffalo. We had a really nice time talking with them. They were disappointed in the weather because they had planned so much to do with us, but it was all outside. It was really too wet to be out! We went out to have pizza and Buffalo wings (they are better here!). They took us to an ice ...
... to see them again. Michelle is the oldest out of all of us, and she's a principal at a school in Cambridge, Ontario. She's really happy to be having a baby, and I'm happy for her, because she's always been the motherly one. When we were kids, she was always taking charge of every situation, and looking after her younger sister, Danielle and I when we were young. She got a lot of really nice stuff, including a ...