Guest House On The Mount
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... like it would be a great spot for a picnic in the summer.
As we went down the driveway to the mill parking lot I was surprised at how big the mill actually is. Of course lots of silos, but I was aching to roam around and see the mill in action! No such luck. The mill store is open Sundays, but they don't do any milling on that day. So Liam had to be content with ...
... while it will likely be for one of the below reasons:
1. we are having too much fun to blog! :)
2. we don't have wi-fi
3. we don't have power...LOL
Each time we post an update you will receive an email like the one you just received advising you about the new blog entry.
1. spelling does not count :)
2. grammar does not count :)
... books, folding chair, snorkle set, tools and truck repair stuff, meditation and yoga items. I have at least a months worth of food as the food bank would not take open stuff - lots of dried goods and a few cans. All from my cupboards at the farm.
I am having a good stay with my family and enjoyed seeing most of them over the holiday. That was a good way to say my goodbyes.
In a few days, either Jan 1 or 2, ...
... in the world but the hardest person to shop for and she dislikes shopping herself. Thus we took her shopping to get things she needed, despite her claiming she didn't need anything. After two new pairs of pants, a new sweater, a new purse and a new wallet, we successfully had gotten her things for her birthday. After a lazy afternoon, we then took her to her favourite restaurant for dinner, Boston Pizza. Happy Birthday ...
... in Rivière-Du-Loup at around 12:00am ET. The bus station in Rivière-du-Loup is, without question, the most luxurious of bus stations I've ever seen. In reality, it's a single tiny room with roughly 8 chairs and a bathroom. Most of the 40 or so passengers simply stood in the parking lot for an hour, when the transfer bus to Montreal arrived. While I was waiting, I listened to some music, and made especially sure to give ...