Holiday Inn Express Suites Gananoque
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"Sounds great! See you in the morning, ey," said Monk, as Monk, Percy, and farmer Ted trooped out the door carrying the DS.
"Bye," said AJ and BJ waving as they closed the door.
As the door swung shut they heard a deep voice say, "The Eyes, always the Eyes!"
"What great toys," said AJ, "but what is with farmer Ted talking about eyes all the time?"
"I have no idea," answered BJ, "very weird."
June 30-July 3: Unofficial campout with the Bytowners. Still had the same camping spot, same neighbours, Andy and Maria. We had suggested that everybody wear a funny hat at the Happy Hour and that turned out to be a great idea. Lots of laughter by all. ...
After getting our baby out of cold storage it is time to get her ready for a new season of exploring. May 16-20: Our first trip this year is with the By-towners back in Brockville at the Happy Green Acres campground. We took our usual place up on the hill and after set up headed down for happy hour (happy hour is a big part of camping with a group we are finding). The weather was still cold so the campfires were inside in a big boiler. Still a great time around the ...
... this time, but I wasn’t sure she heard me, and as I panicked she'd go upstairs and turn the lights off it was time once more to demonstrate just how quickly I can move in an emergency.
With one near heart attack not quite enough for my first few days here, I was then paralysed with fear as we took down the greenhouse near the barn and saw not one but seven snakes. I could just about get my head around the little Garter snakes that emerged ...
... hand drilled and blasted with black powder. The large stones that make up the locks were set in place using simple hand cranes. Much of the skilled rock work was done by French Canadians who had experience on other lock projects and British stonemasons. The unskilled labour was made up of Irish immigrants and French Canadians. The Irish made up about 60 percent of the labourers, most were recent immigrants
looking for wage work, which was very scarce to find in those ...