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In Cornwall, we visited Joanne's parent's house.
Joanne's parents were just finishing up their garage sale for the day when we first arrived. Before they put their stuff away for the next day, Joanne had fun dressing up in some outfits. I had fun taking pictures of her in them.
The kids had fun swimming in their pool. The pool is quite large and even has a diving board and slide.
Upper Canada Village is less than an hour away from our home.
Once we arrived at the Village, we noticed that the entrance to this place had completely changed. The entrance was now more modern and enclosed with a building.
Joanne and I were given passes when we had dropped Fiona off at her camp. We therefore only had to pay for Frederick's pass for the day.
We walked around the village and looked at the houses, stores and other buildings. ...
... working to find a starter problem, which was just below the turbo and I cannot believe how he could have missed all of the rotten brackets that were sitting just on top of it. This conversation I will have with them when we return to Ontario. Although I think I will go over to General RV or Freightliner to check the electrics and the electronics, because when we are boon docking we want to be sure we can get going in the morning.
Next, back to the ...
... is also a former Glengarry Gold Medalist, has led many distinguished pipe bands in the past, and with many other successes in his sporran as well.
These two pipers lead a distinguished crew of other pipers whose immense competition successes individually, prevent them being named here.
The gr. 2 drummers are led by Drum Sgt Rob MacLeod, also a distinguished and former championship competitor at the highest levels, who ...
... 1860… The baker is baking, the cheese maker is making cheese, people are weeding and harvesting crops, etc. And they will all tell you exactly how things were done in 1860 as if they were there. Way nicer than reading placards as it adds a real nice personal touch. And you can buy the bread and cheese, ...