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... all out. But we still had not found the boulder so we carried on and crossed back over the Trent River and headed south towards Trenton and found the sign for the boulder-- a brief driveway and maybe a 1-2 km hike round trip and we saw the boulder. To further quote the brochure "The Bleasdell Boulder, also known as the Glen Miller Rock, was studied by Reverend William Bleasdell in the 1800s who wrote of ...
... From Adolphustown, we visited the Hay Bay Church, the oldest Methodist Church in Canada and then ended up taking the ferry over to Glenora-- a free ferry no less, as I assume it is considered part of the Loyalist Parkway. This area of Ontario, Prince Edward County, is rich in wineries and vineyards.
We are settled in North Shore RV Park which is on Wellers Bay of Lake Ontario. Our site is only feet from the water and it is very peaceful. Not ...
The Edge has finally landed us at 'Das Schloss'. Excellent day to travel from the Comfort of Windsor under cloudy sky, pallatable traffic, coooooool temp but in the warmth of our rolling cocoon with two quiet excellent yorkies. Now.... waiting time to get back to the creek in November. Gas prices suck... For our american friends, canadian gas - around here - costs about US$4.50/US gallon, taking into account the currency exchange. Time for Zzzzzzzzzz. Love to ...
... which is named after Admiral Horatio Nelson who sailed into the English Bay harbour in 1784. This is quite the fort because it is protected from rough waters especially in hurricane season. Ships are still refurbished here. There is a big wheel that turns the ship on its side so barnicals can be scraped off the bottom and some of the wood replaced if and when needed. To refurbish a ship took about 6 months.
Slaves were brought in from So. ...
Wednesday Feb. 12th
Jane & Gary picked us up about 3pm and we headed for Toronto as we were spending the night there.
We went for supper at The Keg and my friend Joe (from Queen's) met us there. We had a good meal and good conversation. Jane & gary headed back to Foxboro and thank goodness the weather was good.
Thursday Feb. 13th
We flew out of Pearson shortly after 8am as we had to have the plane de-iced. The 31/2 hr. flight wasn't too bad but we had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed