Days Inn - Orillia
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... rock, and the more they stumbled over the words. It would have been great to awaken them to bagpipes, since they kept most of the street awake. Funny that no one called the police. We didn't cause being parked in the driveway, we don't feel like we can, as non residents, make an issue....but, how come no one else called. We thought it would be a slow day, but we ended ...
... by just not cutting the grass at all there...and now the grass is about 4 feet tall and about 10 feet wide and 6 feet deep just enough to cover the boxes. He also steps outside periodically and serenades the street with his bagpipes, marching up and down in front of his house, playing various tunes. We had a great treat when we went to Port Carling yesterday. We had a great paddle on the Muskoka Lake side of Port Carling, saw a ...
... 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 ...
... is taking good care of us and has already taken us through de-winterizing the RV, so we can live in her properly while here. He's also going to get our toilet set up with ventilation, mount our solar panels, install our Wifi Ranger, and get the solar charging system wired in.
Once the RV is ready, we'll go pick up the car in Kingston and return to Barrie to get the permanent tow lighting and auxiliary braking systems set up in the car.
... 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 ...