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... the River Rouge, in spitting distance of the 401 but totally secluded. It is one of the nicest little campsites we’ve had.
June 8, Day 63. Toronto, ON
We “did” Toronto in a day. I guess it is our Vancouver loyalty that leaves us a bit uninterested, and also we did not want to spend the money and time to do some of the cultural events which really define Toronto. It was still a fun day, but we are ready to move on tomorrow. It may also ...
Today was nothing that exciting other than spending the day working on more prep for my interview. I did take some time to back up some photos and print off some other travel documents that I would need later in my trip. This just would save me time finding a Internet cafe in the next few weeks along the road. As much as I love travelling, and despite this being an extremely short trip home, I love being around family and am glad to have a few days with them in between all my ...
... it already isn't working. Since I'm going to the Galapagos and French Polynesia I decided to invest in a new waterproof camera considering that I would be doing a lot of snorkelling in this locations. When I got home, I went with my dad and took my dog and the family dog for a walk down the road and then the train tracks. My dog doesn't like bathes and must have realized that if he ...
... lowered and the gate opened for her to go on her way to lock 6.
From there is where the funny comes in-- I got so turned around today. I really honestly believed that when we followed the Welland Canal from Ste. Catharines to Port Colbourne we were heading north-- not so, south. Finally looked at a map and understood but then at times I continued to be turned around and wasn't sure what direction I was going in. Denis just shakes his head and says I have ...
... see them.
Wild turkeys in Karen and Eric's garden. Almost big enough for Maureen to ride.
Editors Note: Ooops! The Bride-and-Groom-to-be were almost found out at the plank carving or routering as it is called.
Instead of Maureen Alexander on one plank and Christopher Wilmott on another bit of wood, which was the way Ken had set it up, the Bride-and-Groom-to-Be went into a huddle ("can't have two separate ...