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... pay the highest visa fees. Still, Canadian fees are high enough. Ugh.
The kids are finishing school this week, as well. They have been assigned a "virtual" classroom and Ecole Forest Trail is excited about following Elizabeth and Jack's travels.
We hope that you are well and that you are enjoying the lovely weather.
All the best,
Jennifer, Paul, Elizabeth, and Jack
... headed to the Corn Stalkers. This maze was INCREDIBLE!!! it was outside it what appeared to be an endless cornfield that had a narrow path we could get through. It was full of scary scarecrows, dead people, creepy zombies in pajamas who would sneak up next to you, get real close and you didnt know they were there until someone on the other side jumped out at you and you spun to get away, right into the pajama zombie. There were lost undead little girls, scary animals... and oh ...
... 2 cars were unpacked, 8 beds were made and a variety of meat and vegetarian meals were produced and consumed and we all fell into bed with some relief.
As a footnote so that it may never be forgotton: those steaks David whipped up in mere magic moments were almost certainly the best beef barbequed ever. It's only down from there, we've assumed. Totally memorable. We were still discussing them days later!
... We stop at Pizza Hut in Parry Sound for lunch.
The junk food tour has begun. Actually, that's not really the plan, but for the first few days, it'll have to do as we try to put some distance on in a hurry. The service was surprisingly good here, as were the salads. The pizza was standard Pizza Hut fare.
At this point, we've realized that our iPod adapter for the car wasn't functioning ...
... although I really can’t complain yet, since I my only attempt to find work is uploading my resume onto 2 different websites.
Although the offical languages in Canada are English and French, I feel that Chinese is used more than French, it's actually probably because there’s such a huge Chinese population in Toronto, that I hear Chinese and English being used way more than French here. Apparently, Canada has the largest Chinese population outside of China, ...
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