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On Saturday (July 5th), Colleen and Lorraine enjoyed another morning walk in the surrounding neighborhood. Jim and I had plans to meet with the Helstrom cousins for lunch and Lorraine and Harv were kind enough to loan us one of their cars which made driving around town a whole lot easier than in the RV. We met the cousins at a local restaurant where we enjoyed a leisurely lunch while getting ...
... 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 ...
... our heads off on the train made out of milk tins and the big in the ground bladder / trampoline was awesome! I was flying all over the place and could not stop laughing!! Too much fun really for a bunch of adults.
We then drove a little ways down the road to the St. John's conservation area where we went for a delightful walk through the trails, around the lake and tried to avoid the Canadian geese. The colours of the ...
... Wheel. I was just impressed that they squeezed it all into such a short street.
We decided to hang around to see the lights come on after dark. At 9pm the big bright spotlights from the boulevard shone across the water to illuminate both the Horseshoe and American Falls in white before changing to different colours. By the time we had tried to take photos in the dark, our camera batteries were empty and it was time to drive back to camp exhausted, but ...
... it hard to get my head around the geography as when i view a picture I always assume that I am looking to the north - I don't know why, that's just the way I'm wired. The river flows from east to west and is split by an island which divides the river into two falls - the 'American' to the north and the 'Canadian' to the south. As ...