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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... all kinds of family visitors, like Owen, Evan and Connor in the morning and then Steve and Sue came by as did Laura and Tom and then Allie and her two kids, Julia and Hilary, who entertained us for an hour or so... Laura and Tom are staying for the night so we had a great supper of bacon wrapped beef roast and quinoa salad...and some rhubarb muffins and coffee ...
... on a building where, as a teen, I used to go to sneak into dances and saw the Wenonah Ship go through the big locks in Port. Great day to visit... It's the beginning of the long weekend tonight and so, to add to the traffic congestion, Bracebridge will be closing down the main street tonight for its Midnight Madness sale...All the stores put their merchandise outside, in a sidewalk sale format and there are all kinds of games and music ...
... and explanations. It's all dead. The plants, the water. All of it. And the information kiosk no longer had the electronic map, showing where things of interest might be found. Kind of a shame really. On a positive note, the bathrooms were so clean that the disinfectant kind of burned the eyes. Just west of Massey we saw another headstone monument place, with a full selection of stones to choose from right along the hiway and a sign that they also do ...
... evenings on the dock, gone water skiing and tubing, and had a fantastic week enjoying the life at the cottage in July.
On Monday night, one of our friends claimed that she didn't have closure on the blog since we returned. I apologized and guaranteed that she would have it soon. The kids are working on a final video, and they are excited to share it with you all.
On that note, thank you once again to all ...
... each swivel of my neck so I could be aware of my surroundings, I was expecting to see a bear emerge from the shadows with his fork & knife. I swear, sometimes my imagination is way ahead of me.
We also poked around the area of the lake where floating dead logs met their final destination, buried upright with its tops sticking out of the water. The corner where waves ended I liked to call log graveyard, full of good driftwood.
For dinner we ...