Days Inn - Orillia
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... boarding. As usual, my legs were shaking like crazy when I first got on, but it turned out to be so much fun (as soon as they stopped shaking).
The party was an awesome night on Friday, and we were dying when we woke up on Saturday. Mike has a thing for floating down the river, so after a massive cooked breakfast in town, he managed to talk us and a few other people into floating down ...
... went wrong. Thankfully, we did find out. I say thankfully, because now we know what happened, and can prevent it in the future. We hadn't realized, other than a slight suspicion after the fact, the we needed to leave the keys in the car so the steering wouldn't lock. Lesson learned!
Our reasons for coming to Barrie were to get some small warranty stuff fixed, as well as some bigger projects that we felt we could use help completing. Paul, in the ...
We awoke at 5:00 am to a winter wonderland and the news that Highway 400 at Barrie was closed in both directions. Our departure was delayed as an alternate route was worked out in order to gather all our passengers. Stops were made in Orillia, Barrie, Bradford (along Yonge Street to get there) and Vaughan where we picked up Bill Watts, our driver and Tony Stewart's biggest fan. The snow was heaviest in the Barrie area and disappeared from the sky by ...
... in the States. Gas $30.80 (2.54/gal) - WOOT - again! 3:00 - a truck about 5 or 6 car lengths ahead shed a tire. There was a cloud of smoke and an unbelievable stink and the tire whipped off the highway to our right. That is as close to a tire incident that we ever want to see. An excellent example of the dangers of tailgating - not sure what would ...
... a seat together, though! Anyway, we didn't
mind too much, as we were now pretty focussed on getting home.
we landed in Toronto, the pilot said it would take a while to deplane
because the runway was very slippery. That filled us the confidence!
Once we arrived in the terminal, we realized it was total chaos. There
must have been a thousand bags strewn about the place.
Little did we know that Toronto actually ...