Prudhommes Landing Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so thankful for his generosity of his time and knowledge. THANK YOU BARRY! Also, thank you to his wonderful wife, Elizabeth. She stayed behind at the farm and kept things going by dealing with the pivot and fertilizer application and everything else! You are the BEST, Beth!
After the boat was washed, the lines set, and all equipment checked, we finally pulled out ...
... odd Victorian hotel - in an alcove near my room there was a fireplace and in front of it was a pram containing a fully dressed doll. In addition, the picture shows what was awaiting guests on the landing up the stairs (life size, he was).
August 19th - back to Cheadle Hulme via a drive round the tiny roads of Yorkshire, and a visit to a pub in Addingham that was on the recent Tour de France route. I then went to see Sarah recovering nicely ...
... my body clock, and that the sun was still relatively high in the sky was confusing. Not to mention that I've lost my sense of direction. It feels like we're heading east, but in actual fact it's South West. I've discovered plane flights do that to my sense of direction. Annoyingly. Time to download a map I think!
We made it to Laura's grandparents, Vernon and Pauline's house at approximately 9pm Toronto time. They are both hilarious people, Vernon wanting me to ...
The Sunday before Christmas southern Ontario was hit by a major ice storm. The last such storm in 1997 took out power lines leading to blackouts in eastern Ontario and Quebec. This time Toronto was hit hard.
While it gave the city a picturesque and Christmassy feel the ...
I can tell right away this morning that Randy didn't sleep all that well last night. I'm not sure if it was nerves about sleeping in the parking lot, or thinking about the today's border crossing (it was probably a bit of both). We pack up and get out of town before the mayhem of tailgating starts. As we head down the road we notice that it's well underway in many of the parking lots, with fans for both teams setting up camp for a day of partying.. Clearly this ...