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... other and either Canadian's don't see their best friends for 5 years at a time or it's just the norm to make a big loud happy meeting out of it. And Canadian stores.. Oh my goodness. Flannel shirts and boots in every window. I want all of them..
Oh and buying lip balm today someone tried to sell me every body butter scent that could exist.. Turns out "I'm living out of a backpack." is a great way to deter a sales person. And that's Tuesday.
Well we had a great time the last 4 days of our trip. We travelled to Baddeck NS and saw the Bell Museum and then did the Cabot Trail the next day.
We stayed in Antigonish on Tues and then off to Hopewell Cape in NB the next day to witness the Fundy Tides.
Final night in Fredericton and then home to Ottawa.
... in town (Italian...of course) and then afterwards walk through the market around the corner. Seriously, the fresh fruit and vegies here are soooooooooooooooooooooooo cheap compared to Melbourne! It is criminal what we pay for fresh produce compared to here...it would blow your mind!
Cathy then takes Danilo & Amelia (they just call her Mel) to their respective soccer games (all three kids represent various Canadian youth teams...but more on that later), while Mario takes ...
... could tour the excellent museum. Seeing a visitors center after you have seen a park gives you a different perspective. I read more about things I missed and fill in the gaps in what I have seen. So I think it is a good call to see these visitors centers on the way out.
Back on the road we again travelled on small two lane roads through nice little towns for over half the trip. Passed a few Amish also. For the last hour or two we were on the highway. The place we ...
... br> for about the last 20 years.
I prefer being with or would rather be camping and communing with the Native people,
the Indians as I like to call them, by a very nice lake in the wilderness,
fighting and struggling in the wilderness for my very existentialist survival and existence.
than being in hot humid Ottawa
with 100,000's of others of my fellow citizens and drunks