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... veil falls, find a good view, and make it down to the beach on Providence Bay.
The other somewhat interest sites were driving across s. Ontario towards London. There were a couple of nice spots (and quite a lot of dislike for windmills) that way. Along the lake (Erie) we also went in search of cheese and honey.
We are currently on a very long highway on the way to the beach! James did a fantastic job of getting us out if the city, onto a huge flyover. At least with lots of traffic there is someone to follow!! Boy done good! We have named the car Bruce as his reg is ...
... result was like a neon signal for extra terestrials if they wanted to land their giant spacecraft, this was the brightly lit platform signalling them down. Oddly enough, it was only the Canadians which were grossed out by the whole ordeal.
So still not catching anything, we dispersed outside, ate some lunch and shared some leftover canadian whisky which kept us all warm while it was snowing. The holes kept freezing over but that was part of the fun.
Still no luck.... so ...
... as northern California. There are LOTS of birds and animals in the park. They just reintroduced the flying squirrels to the park. In the fall, Pt Pelee is a monarch butterfly migration stop. That is something I'd love to see!
I checked out the Marsh Boardwalk and saw lots of birds and weird rustling noises from the reeds. Most of the boardwalk was closed ...
Trains were almost non-exixtent. Buses were THE way to travel and were generally very comfortable.
Bus drivers can and do get speeding tickets! Ours got his after a hair-raising trip from Iguazu Falls
Don't even think about leaving "home" without toilet paper, hand soap/sanitizer and drinking water, oh, and have change to pay for the toilet.
There are no seats on the toilets in most public places (not that we would use them since our mothers ...