Econo Lodge Pembroke
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... lake, where Brendon went to sleep on the beach and we threw little sticks and rocks at him (it got to a little contest but Brendon refused to name the winner. Weirdo). In Toronto we went for dinner together, as it was our last night with Kirstie. She stayed behind as we made our way to Algonquin Park the day after. We were all really sad to see her go but it's not a real goodbye as we're all travellers, right? Plus I got yet another reason now to go back to New Zealand. Score!
... and at the Byward Market. Photos displayed on the outside of the bakery still commemorate the event, and we are sure the owner is still reaping the huge rewards of increased trade ever since. Late afternoon had us travelling to visit Steve's brother and sister-in-law, nephew and partner. We received a wonderful warm welcome, a beautiful dinner, and some great laughs. We hope to get the opportunity to reciprocate in the years to ...
Saturday, Renfrew has a farmers market so we went and saw the small town goodies of 8 vendors. We saw everything in 4 minutes:))They were having a special event for hospice and were selling Bacon sandwiches and strawberry shortcake. I settled on the shortcake and it was yummy!!
We had our very first flat tire, on the camper in all our travels. Got the tire off with some help of fellow campers and took it in for repair. So all is well!!
On to Montreal ...
... smash it on your head before passing to the next person to repeat. When the can finally splits or explodes the person who has it has to skull it.
The sun decided to poke through the clouds at about 9ish just before it set. The sunset over the water from the deck was a beautiful sight.
We played a few drinking games while the rafters and some local girls who came to visit smoked like chimneys. After a failed attempt at making a fire we ...
... one of the problems of motorcycle touring with no cell phone, GPS or other technical gadget...you can't carry a map for everyplace but you don't always want the trappings of modern society, either. I wandered around and eventually found a parks building staffed with some teenagers. I asked them for directions and they gladly found me a brochure with a rudimentary map in it and showed me where I was and what I needed to do get back to 17.