Guest House On The Mount
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Up 5.30am to shower and get ready to travel back to Sonoko and John's house in Whitby. All the Tao families in the area had arranged to meet at Sonoko and John's house to discuss the Retreat that was held last weekend. It was so lovely to catch up with all these lovely people again. We had a great discussion and sharing of ideas so they could make improvements to how they run future workshops. Still had ...
... are covered walkways going over the roads so covers a number of blocks. When inside it does not seem you are going from block to block. This suits the weather here, where they have deep snow for 6 months a year, so great to have so many things inside. Next Mandy took us to "Coventry Gardens market Place". A wonderful indoor area selling not only fruit and vegetables, but also flowers, crafts, chocolates, ...
... faulty research, reinforcing urban myths for the most part ... not all historical society types have a clew what they are talking about ... not all the time, anyway).
There was a turn of the 19th century brick schoolhouse (as well as a wooden split log one from about 50 years earlier) with the same sort of folding wooden desk-chair combinations that ...
... Vicky and Liz and assorted recent (and not so recent) Kings and Princes and Princesses.
In some way (place and institution-wise, anyway) they are much more Anglophile than Aussies are ... even, strangely, in Quebec (though they do have their French Revolutionary and Catholic heroes as place names as well). Really weird in Quebec.
... Jerome Alouettes (St. Jerome is where Denis' mom lived until she passed away and one brother lives there still and two others nearby)-- small world. The lady in the information centre had informed Denis the John D Leitch that was on its way up is the biggest ship that traverses the locks and she only has about one foot on either side when she enters the lock. All this so reminded us of Panama and was actually equally exciting to watch I think. We only stayed till ...