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... premises. Paul supplies the bait which is soaked maize and seems to work just as well as anything else.
Paul also has a boat and takes you to swims that are on the small islands in the St. Lawrence and gives you the low-down on where to fish and how deep it is etc.
... in advance had allowed me to get a business class ticket for less than £25. It seems particularly ridiculous because this 500km trip, including a pretty good lunch, costs about that same as that Heathrow Express return ticket!
It's not just the food - this wide, leather seat seems like the best place to ride out the unnerving turbulence of the antique rails laid on cracked ...
... sight lines behind. Packed up the rig to get ready to head home, again a learning experience but no major goof-ups. Had to stop at dumping station, again a first, but all went well, learned to use rubber gloves!!! Rig much lighter when tanks empty! Stopped for lunch in Merrickville, what a big rig to park, never hit anything but had to park way down by fairgrounds. Pleasant drive home no problems, parked, unloaded and relaxing by ...
Joanne and I have talked so much about Ponderosa to the kids that we wanted to take them to this restaurant.
We found out it was the Sunday Brunch special when we got there - all you can eat breakfast and lunch items for $9.99 (12 and under) and half price for kids 4-12.
Let's just say that we ate well - and rolled out of the restaurant when we were finished (well, it felt like that.) ...
The day started out bright and early when Papa Kehoe woke Ian from his slumber to accompany Mama Kehoe to the Oink Oink Farm to pick up the entertainment and dinner for the evening, Babe. After preparing the BBQ, the cooking began promptly at 930am. Six hours later and twelve 180 degree turns later Babe was ready (I can't believe I'm writing about this, but Ian tells me I have no choice).