Comfort Inn Port Hope
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After a week of cities and 6 days of French, it was nice to head off the freeways to a quaint country town in Ontario. The drive was great, very small towns, expanses of wilderness, camping grounds and then we arrived in Peterborough. A large country town, but very quiet. We found a boathouse on the shores of a large lake, overlooking the marina. The stairs were steep, but the view, the ice cold Moosehead Lager and ...
... is the border, which is and will always be invisible, but oh so important.
From the very first day that I arrived at Headwaters the weather has been amazing, even to the point where I almost started complaining that it was too hot, something I did not expect to happen so soon after my Canadian winter experience. I burnt a couple of times and tanned at an incredibly high speed ,which was definitely necessary after four months of winter. I don't think I've ever ...
... alone. Not ideal not to be sitting with Ellen, but there is no way I could sit in those seats for 14 hours!!!
Better flight amenities coming back - contemporary movies, ok meals and at least 1 beer each. Not enough monitors for everyone to see (sorry Eleanor) but at a cost many hundreds of dollars less than Cathay Pacific - satisfactory. Lot's of drousing, dining (3 meals) and movies and back in Canada.
In line for customs Eleanor had to take out an ...
... is understandable.
The drive along 401 from Detroit to Newcastle is 430 kilometers, or about 270 miles. It usually takes a little more than 4 hours, but today Toronto was packed...my guess is travelers for the holiday weekend (for my non-Canadian readers, July 1 is Canada day) because we never saw an accident or major construction, and it was only 2 PM when we drove through. Can't imagine living here long-term...I'd have ...
After a long day at the office, I raced home to finish packing the trailer and take a dip in our pool. I had a hard time pulling Deryck out of the pool it was 90 degrees. When we finally were on the road the dash board clock read 9:00 pm. Our goal was to make it to port hope,Ontario . Thank goodness Deryck drives truck for a living. When we hit Derry the 401 became a moving parking ...