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... all kinds of family visitors, like Owen, Evan and Connor in the morning and then Steve and Sue came by as did Laura and Tom and then Allie and her two kids, Julia and Hilary, who entertained us for an hour or so... Laura and Tom are staying for the night so we had a great supper of bacon wrapped beef roast and quinoa salad...and some rhubarb muffins and coffee ...
... on a building where, as a teen, I used to go to sneak into dances and saw the Wenonah Ship go through the big locks in Port. Great day to visit... It's the beginning of the long weekend tonight and so, to add to the traffic congestion, Bracebridge will be closing down the main street tonight for its Midnight Madness sale...All the stores put their merchandise outside, in a sidewalk sale format and there are all kinds of games and music ...
... After buying floaties we headed out to the river. By the time we got there and got 7 floaties blown it up, it was about 4 oclock. We had 2 cars, so that we had a car where we started and where we would finish in the river, and it took about 3 hours to get to the car at the end. By this time everyone was freezing, the sun had gone away, and Dave and I were soaked, since we were the only 1s ...
... our first on the road visitors! My old friend John and his partner Sandy, stopped by for a visit. There were a lot of laughs and stories shared around our dinette Saturday evening. It was a lovely way to start our life on the road, and we look forward to many more evenings like that.
So much has happened in the first 3 days of our journey, we can only imagine the experiences to come, but we look forward to every one of them whatever they may be.
... a lot of flights from anywhere when we arrived. It was also too cold for ground crew to work, or for their equipment to function properly. It was borderline panic in the arrivals terminal.
miraculously, after an hour-long wait, we had ALL our bags, our
carseat, and our stroller! We went out to meet Mom and Dad, drive up to
Orillia, and embrace the Canadian winter in FULL force... it was -20.
And this was a ...