The Gananoque Inn and Spa
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... So who is your owner?" BJ asked Percy.
"My owner is Tippy," said Percy. "Tippy is the second youngest."
"And my owner is Noah," said Farmer Ted in his deep voice. "Noah is the youngest in our family. The Eyes, always the Eyes!"
"I beg your pardon," said AJ
"Noah is the youngest in our family"
"Okay," said AJ looking sidelong at BJ.
Monk asked, "would you like to play a game?"
"Sure," said BJ.
"When we left our ...
After getting our baby out of cold storage it is time to get her ready for a new season of exploring. May 16-20: Our first trip this year is with the By-towners back in Brockville at the Happy Green Acres campground. We took our usual place up on the hill and after set up headed down for happy hour (happy hour is a big part of camping with a group we are finding). The weather was still cold so the campfires were inside in a big boiler. Still a great time around the ...
For our second camping trip we headed out to Rideau Acres campground near Kingston. A nice campground although we we placed on the main road so a fair amount of traffic. Set up was much eaisier this time (we're learning) and we had a nice weekend just chillin'.
Breaking camp went well also and we were home around 3pm Sunday after an enjoyable drive home. Starting to get the hang of having the trailer behind, so far so good.
... School of Signals). Vimy and McNaughton Barracks house the Canadian Forces School of Communications and Electronics (CFSCE), the Canadian Forces' military communications training centre and several other units. McNaughton Barracks and Vimy Barracks make up most of Canadian Forces Base Kingston ...
... 3 hours. along came the CAT. Canadian owned, as I believe were the ferries (CP Rail) a sleek ship, catamaran of sorts, that carried around 300 vehicles, all loaded and unloaded from the rear, and engineering marvel you would have to see to believe, powered by 4 jet engines and enough fuel to run a plane to London England from Yarmouth, that would literally rise up out of the water onto its twin hulls and fly at 110 km per hour across the sea. It had only one deck outside, ...