Dalvay by the Sea Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the winter were ice boats, basically row boats that had metal runners along the keel. Six men pulled the boats over the ice, then rowed the boat over the areas of open water, six hours crossing time on a good day. This was how mail and passengers crossed until the invention of ice breaking ship hulls. Still, in really bad winters, the ice boats had to be called into service when the ice was too thick for the ships. Railroad cars were loaded on huge ice breaker ferries to go ...
... couldn't decide--so Gene and Janette returend to Eden's Gate and Carol and I went to the golf course!! We were not disappointed. Carol and I each got our OWN oysters Rockefeller and pile of mussels!! The rhubarb cheesecake from the day before was gone! Poop! I tried a piece of maple pecan pie . . . it was good, but I bet it wasn't as good as the rhubarb cheesecake!!
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... chowder' and each had a meal. We were asked if we wanted mussels in the chowder . . . and said of course!! When the seafood chowder was served, it was in a small bowl (so much for the cup business!) and it was piled with seafood and potatoes. Carol protested that she ordered clam chowder--no, they only have seafood chowder. Oh, OK. Well, after digging into the creamy base and working our way through it it--we were not disappointed!
All of the meals ...
... he felt the danger was too much and he hopped away effortlessly into the dense bushes. This was our cue to keep moving and explore the dunes. We commenced the 2.5km return hike by entering the forest via a smooth gravel path. The lush open forest was buzzing with life as you could hear the scurrying or screeching of squirrels or the songs of many different varieties of birds. We studied the interpretive displays trying hard to equip ourselves with the necessary skills to identify ...
... at least it earned me a lobster.
That was all yesterday though; snoozing this morning was disrupted by a heavy knock on the door to summon the workers at eight, which Jenny was more surprised by than me, but it had the desired effect as I was soon up eating breakfast and awaiting further instruction. The other Wwoofer wasn’t as easily stirred and demanded a second knock, after which he soon arrived looking perplexed at the early ...