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... has another 600 in its back-up storage. And I can hear you yawning already! But actually it was fascinating as it really told the story of Canada before the Europeans and then the arrival of Fench and English traders and the way they travelled around (in canoes - needless to say!) with fascinating facts like the number of paddle strokes these traders made each day in their big trading ...
... rain we had fell appropriately on the day that kids here returned to school.
Its been a relaxing and enjoyable time. Lots of hanging out, nice meals and stories from Karen's parents, Ann and Terry about life up north and other general chit chat. We've taken in the sights and sounds, including the worlds largest hydrolic liftlock, the Canadian canoe museum and various restaurants and bars. Its also given us a much needed base to get paperwork, ...
I guess I should tell you all of the attractions that are in my hometown first before I start anything. :)
- Northumberland Mall
- The Cat and the Fiddle Resturant
- The Jail Resturant
- The Park Theatre and Performing Arts Centre
- Cobourg Town Hall
And that's just a start.
After a long day and 2 long hours proceeding through the horrendous late afternoon Toronto traffic, we landed safely in 'Da Kastle', filled up the limo, did a bit of shopping and finally sat down, resting. Stats: 3804 km / 2377.5 miles at an average of 30.51 MPG(US), or 36.6 MPG (imperial) or 7.7 L/100 ...
... for Monday –
the day following ALL of our departures - and all last minute plans are being
tasked out and completed. By the number
of emails burning through the servers, it is apparent that my co-travellers are
starting to engage in the same stages of pre-trip stress and wondering just how
in the heck we are all gonna pull this off????
I am confident with at least 4
more dry-runs ...