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... I had to leave quickly, because a bottle of pretty much anything in the store would have left me a few hundred dollars poorer; Canadian dollars, if you must know. Right now, I can buy a Canadian dollar for about .80, but everything is a little more expensive; in other words, a slice of pizza and a coke would $7.00 back home, but its about $9.00 here. If you are reading this blog, you probably know math and I are not well acquainted, nor are we friendly with one another. So ...
... a few 'indoor’ activities. First was a visit to the Morse Farm
Sugarworks – ie, a Maple Syrup producer.
Maple syrup is produced from the sap of the Maple tree. I’m sure that’s pretty obvious. What we didn’t realize is how exactly this
happens. The season for the sap is
restricted to 6-8 weeks of the year in the spring. Over winter the Maple tree stores up its sap
in the roots underground. When the
... you should check him out.
We all headed out for dinner and it was here that I discovered that Joel is one of the best kayakers in the world. Joel Kowalski. Look him up, buy some videos, and support him. I had a Confit duck and we shared some stories over dinner before it was time for Jenny and I to head back for our second show.
Considering how easy it was for us to get into the first one, we told the others ...
... downtown and a short walk
through Chinatown), the Hemi fuelled up and the Sat Nav programed we hit the
road bound for Montreal to soak up the flavours it has to offer.
With a road trip mindset, we forged onward
around the top of Lake Ontario and towards Montreal, Quebec. Thinking we’d be
spotting bears and Moose nonstop on our travels, the only thing nonstop was the
Freeways and cloned roadhouses of which they were so many ...
... rough the road gets. Never taking one another for granted. A good laugh now and then.
And while it can’t rub my feet or call me in the middle of the day to say it misses me, the world and I have the rest of it down in spades.
Sure, we have major disconnects. Drag-'em-out fights. Complete communication breakdowns. Moments when we border on disrespecting one another. Times when it feels like the other is against us, rather than on ...