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Every year when March rolls around we can't wait to head to Vermont's best kept secret - Bolton Valley. This year we are glad to have the Casey family joining us for the trip. The temperature at Bolton has stayed on the cool side and the conditions are supposed to be great. We will know soon enough.
... yum yum). We enjoyed sitting in the restaurant - relaxing and having a little chat.
From Tim Hortons, we started our ride back to Brockville. I decided to take the long ride home and took Hwy 2 and the Parkway for our drive home. On the way home, we listened to Canadian themed music cd with singing by Michael Mitchell.
... but luckily we caught it on time. If we would have missed it, we would only have had to wait for the next one - would take an hour. Anyways, we made it so we were headed back to Kingston. The ferry back to Kingston was full. In fact, for two unlucky vehicles, the ferry was too full by the time it came their time to get on - so they had to wait until the ferry returned in an hour.
Stream this show on your computer. It is about the poachers and baby elephants that are rescued in Kenya. http://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/episod ...
... br> Totally don't understand what's the hype about it.
So we rushed to the italian restaurant, see if we are lucky to get a table or not.
It's suppose to be fully booked till 10pm.
End up... WE ARE LUCKY. There's an empty table available till 8pm.
We sat down and ordered immediately.
We ordered Nonna Mela- Apple butter, roast garlic, cheddar, sweet onions and blackened ...