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... drive started out really nice with a the hope of blue sky ahead. However, most of the cows were lying down - a sure sign of rain ahead. We drove on through rolling green hills of farm country, dotted with beautiful old farmhouses. By the time we were about 50 miles from St. Catharines, we were out of farm country and into industrial country. The rain started and came down in buckets (how do those cows know?), but once we arrived in St. Catharines, the ...
... with its sheltered moorings for the large number of pleasure boats and a great view out to the lake's distant blue horizon!
The day ended with a nice stroll down the island's many laneways which divide the 100 or so homes on the island. Chatting to a local, we were informed that there were about 250 people living on the island, though some leave for the winter. He ...
... shirts, a great jacket to cycle in and some beautiful lingere in my favourtie colour. So cheap but all such good quality. Afterwards we swung past Niagara Falls as Kerry has never seen them. They are still very impressive and I look forward to spending more time there when Tiffany and Will arrive next week. We then went to the Wine Warehouse (beer and wine are sold in different stores here) and stocked ...
... br> A dozen dead deer, lots of chatting and some good laughter later we arrived in Louisville Kentucky. Went for a nice walk in the part of town with many beautiful houses, pictures to follow. It was a very long day, driving for 10 and a half hours with only a few pit stops and a quick lunch break. Tomorrow is more of the same another full day of driving, but we will end at the ocean in Mobile. So off to bed for the three brave adventurers.
... menu uninterrupted, although one look at the tripe soup and I was right off my food. I opted for the cabbage rolls, a traditional meal containing minced pork and rice, as did Daniel, whilst Mum and Dad had the Transylvanian platters and Margaret opted for a good ol’ bacon cheeseburger.
Serenaded by the Transylvanian lyricist we enjoyed our meals alongside some Millers pale and dark ale, before a wrestle for the ...