Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Collingwood - Blue Mountain
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Heated pool
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... tire starting flying off into the road. After assessing the damage, we sat contemplating what to do. Suddenly, I exclaimed, "We have Coach-Net!". We put in a call to our road side assistance provider, and they arranged for a tow truck to come immediately. We unhooked the car and sat somewhat stunned in the RV as the sun went down. I sat there in a typical, 'what are we going to do now' loop, until I told myself to stop and breath. After a few deep breaths, I turned ...
... of a land that is painful and lovely and, in belonging to it, demands sacrifice. The last two days here are to be filled with goodbyes and hugs and packing and tidying and an end-of-season bowling party and my last shift on the desk. It is another limbo of sorts, the extended limbo of leave-taking. I don't handle endings all that well; I struggle with the emotions and sentimentality and become gruff and monosyllabic and push people from me. ...
... against the deadweight of winter. Squirrels scramble through the trees. Crows caw and hop around on the wet, loose ground. The mountain is beginning to look how I once imagined it would look like in spring: everything glittering, everything on the move in sudden rivers and streams. St Patrick's was officially held at our staff house last night. Variously termed 'The Boring House', 'The House of Peace' and 'The House of Splendid Cups of Tea, Biscuits ...
... when she didn't really mean it? How did I meet him, what was that expression he was wearing the first time, what did it mean? How did you look as you opened the door and waved and gravely walked away? And of course, the old questions; how will they remember me, do they wish me well, when will we meet again? Today, a worker from another department was talking to my supervisor. He was telling her how he was finished for the season, how he would be going ...
... factor and subject of choice. Mark had this endearing habit of falling silent while he searched for exactly the right words to express his thoughts. I liked that he was so considerate, so meticulous in this way. Too many people in this world- myself included- speak nonsense without thinking, they speak just to speak, just to make noise, to be heard. Meeting someone who speaks with such care is thus refreshing; someone who uses language as a means of ...