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July 5th – Day 62
Church this morning was at First
Baptist Church in Trenton. The church people made us feel right at
home, it was lovely to fellowship with our friends. The funny thing
was an 11 year old travelling with Hannah was asking questions about
New Zealand. “What do you call cars, walls and boats? Do you have
electricity? Do you ...
... two tone car with sandy beige up to the “belt line”, and a gorgeous deep maroon on the hood, trunk and roof.
The parts that he has belonged to the disbanded Rover Ontario group, and he is giving them away for free. There is quite an inventory of trim pieces, some mechanical bits and pieces, and some large body items such as two full sets of doors, an engine hood, grills and hubcaps and a full set of interior seats of green leather.
Today was nothing that exciting other than spending the day working on more prep for my interview. I did take some time to back up some photos and print off some other travel documents that I would need later in my trip. This just would save me time finding a Internet cafe in the next few weeks along the road. As much as I love travelling, and despite this being an extremely short trip home, I love being around family and am glad to have a few days with them in between all my ...
... br> Happy Holidays to you and your family!!
See you in 15 days and 10 hours...not that I am counting. :)
... Panama, from the overpass heading to Niagara Falls yesterday. We ended up stopped at a bridge to watch the John D Leitch cruise on the canal heading south (as it turned out-- more on that little funny later) then saw the Two Flight Locks and drove on up to Lock 7 Viewing Area. Denis checked in at the information centre and I checked out the viewing area and saw that a ship, the Cayuga, was heading towards the lock. The viewing area has a mini bleacher but even cuter ...