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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the people of Saint Thomas Corps and our friends from other denominations to bring the message of Jesus on to the streets. We then went for a chilli lunch at the pespertreryian church in Saint Thomas. Who would think that there were so many varieties of Chilli dishes (including Larry's Chilli in Brazil!) alongside potato soup and Mac 'n' Cheese followed up with VERY large cupcakes. After this we had a ...
My first Valentine's Day in Ontario, and I couldn't think of a more romantic way to spend the weekend than stepping back through time....
I heard about the Arva Flour Mill from the local historical society in my own home town of Drumbo, here in Southwestern Ontario. The Arva mill is the oldest continuous running flour mill in all of Ontatio; maybe even North America. ...
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1. we are having too much fun to blog! :)
2. we don't have wi-fi
3. we don't have power...LOL
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1. spelling does not count :)
2. grammar does not count :)
... in the world but the hardest person to shop for and she dislikes shopping herself. Thus we took her shopping to get things she needed, despite her claiming she didn't need anything. After two new pairs of pants, a new sweater, a new purse and a new wallet, we successfully had gotten her things for her birthday. After a lazy afternoon, we then took her to her favourite restaurant for dinner, Boston Pizza. Happy Birthday ...
... 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 ...