Travel Blogs from Orillia
... world but that hasn't been the case. As the days have quickly passed I have only been getting more and more anxious about everything. Hopefully over the next 48 hours everything will start to feel a little more manageable
So far the hardest part has been not feeling prepared enough for the teaching side of things. There was very little information given ...
Another out of Toronto trip. Up to Georgian Bay on Lake Huron, around Midland,
First stop, Sainte Marie amongst the Hurons - set up on the site of the first Jesuit/French mission to this part of Canada, in thelate 1600's to the early 1700's ... only used for about 20 odd years before raids by the Hurons against then locals forced the Jesuits to relocate down closer to Montreal.
Lots of re-enactors ... and NO SCHOOL ...
I can't believe it is nearly here. I really hope that today was the very last time that I will be at Target. A late night of report writing, 6 hours of zzz's and a few more hours at work tomorrow. Then the final pack-up and house prep! The to-do list is dwindling. Enjoyed reading the younger boys a bedtime about Pompei. Can't wait to see it!
... inithally wanted to book accommodation for the first and last few days. As this was happening, she found a lot of good porperties were quickly disappearing, so forged ahead and planned the entire route. By the time she got to the last nights in Tuscany, we were lucky to find attractive properties and locked them all in. Everything was done through Booking.com this time, except the Rome property. It was ...
... since the polar vortex had Ontario in its full
grip. Brrrr. Poor Evie seemed to be in shock!
Thanks to Boni, Eric, and Josh for tackling the driveway
and turning up the furnace. Goodness... when we asked for "help" shovelling
the driveway we didn't think it was THAT big of an ask! We can't even see the road from our front windows, the snow is piled so high!
We spent some lovely time with ...