Delta St. John's Hotel And Conference Centre
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... be meeting, planning, fundraising and getting to know one another before we leave for India. Our first team meeting will be during the first week of January and I have no doubt we'll have another blog post or two by then letting you all know what we're up to and planning!
Check back often for more info and to get to know the team before we depart for India!
... by far, the best we've had of all the ports. No surprise knowing the Newfs! Oh, and I met a new member of the Cast of Characters this morning in the buffet line. We'll just call him "Mr. Prune Picker" cause when I was in the buffet area getting my few little breakfast items, he was standing in front of the stewed prunes and picking them out...one by one. Now come on...they are stewed prunes...they're pretty much ALL ALIKE! After a ...
... Jim bought a "Mile 1" T-shirt. (This is the most easterly Harley-Davidson dealership in North America, situated near the first mile of the TransCanada Highway.)
Our return ferry is booked for Saturday at 5 pm and we arrive back in Nova Scotia at 10 the next morning. This time we're sailing on the 17-hour ferry to save ourselves (well, Jim anyway) the long drive back on the same 560 miles ...
... scurrying behind a guardrail about 10 feet in front of the car. Our immediate destination was Marystown where we had a great dinner at the Admiral's Keg. Sandy had a seafood platter that included fried cod's tongues. If we hadn't got lost again, it would have been a short 15 minute drive to Burin (some pronounce this like 'bjurn') and our B&B, The Wheelhouse Inn. Our host, Elaine, forgave us for arriving at 9pm and we were soon settled into our ...
... knows me here'? He was glad to see us and joined in the merriment.
You usually have to book an appointment to be screeched in as Alan had done. He talked to the barman and asked if some friends could be added to his list. The barman said yes thinking that it would be one or two, not five !!! He managed to sweet talk him into it and we were in.
At this time the upstairs bar was dead but about an hour later it was packed to the rafters of ...