Comfort Inn Port Hope
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We had good rest at the Comfort Inn. There is nothing really remarkable about the inn. It is an older property, you can park in front of your room (if on the first floor!). And, with two sliders, the room is still quiet. The property is slated for an ...
... before the weather caught up with us. We drove in pelting rain for about an hour and decided to stop early and stay overnight in Peterborough. We want to see the countryside, but not through a rainy window, so we're hoping tomorrow will prove to be sunnier, fingers crossed.
We rented a movie tonight which we'll enjoy from inside our cozy (read dry) RV.
In addition, I was finally able to catch up on some Canadian-version movies...the animated favorites "Tim Horton Hears a Who" and "How to Train Your Mountie", plus the baseball flick "Monopoly Moneyball".
That's all for today...tomorrow we're off to the wild Canadian North, where I learn to value the ...
... the brakes and transmission every couple of years (not to mention all the problems with ice and snow and freezing temperatures).
But in the end, we made it, and the weather is great...70's and low 80's at most, and no rain so far. Michelle's happy, of course.
Tomorrow we get to chill in Newcastle and hang out with the family...then it's time to pack up and head out west.
Song for the day: "This is Home" by Switchfoot
... a walk along the shore and to the end of the pier. The view is nice and there is a bit of a breeze off the lake. I take several pictures from various points along the shoreline. As we descend the hill our discussion turns to supper. Anne suggests a local restaurant that serves Chinese and American food so we head over. We order our meals and conversation between us is easy; we practically close the place down.
Our next trek is ...