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... because she can't possibly be in the same country still. Funnily enough, they scrapped the Sunday tea idea.
A nice little story there to illustrate the fact that Canada is huge, and you really notice that when you're on a train for two nights like I was, and to prove that at some point this month I was in Winnipeg. I realise I've been a bit slack with the blogging recently but, to be perfectly honest, I've been doing other things.
... in Dryden and Huskie the Muskie in Kenora. All snapped quickly while passing through as I was determined to get out of Ontario as quick as possible as Winnipeg was but a mirage of a 2 day rest until I passed the border :)
I finished an audio book today...The Fault in our Stars... which left me balling uncontrollably several times...but was excellent and perfect for the drive. The tunes were a much needed uplift and lead to a few hours of car dancing like ...
We landed safe and sound in Atlanta and made our way to our next gate. We got food, and relaxed. We eventually got cleaned up and changed clothing. Then it was time for our next flight. That flight was late too and for a very funny reason. This was the first time this plane was flying today so they had do a security check and I guess they didn't start it on time because we ended up being half an hour late. But the plane did leave. Oh the other funny thing was less than half ...
... it...unless you've bought them something that makes a lot of noise, then I'm sure that cancels out that theory, haha! It was too sad to say goodbye yet again, and perhaps that distracted me a bit, because I accidentally left my toque hat there. I'd bought it just the other day at The Forks, and it was a bit special, going with a set of mittens and a really nice design. One of their cats had decided it looked like a great place to take a nap, and had crawled into it as ...
... Canadian potatoes aren't allowed into the US without a visa. After the stress of the border crossing we headed straight to the first cafe we came across, a good coffee and we headed for the interstate highway. Four lanes full of traffic from semitrailers to pickups, sedans to RVs, all moving at 65 miles an hour, the difference was that they knew where they were going. We did find our RV park more out of good luck than good navigation and found that it had a small lake ...
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