Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Brockville
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... in this house. Dogs, cats, toys, and busy lives all compete for their attention, but clearly family comes first. We felt very privileged to join all the fun and games, and be welcomed as special family members. We had another fun night with more wood hauling, a bonfire, more fabulous fireworks and star gazing. We got out our maps to see where we want to go next. It will be very hard to beat ...
... dead). Not that Ted will ever be a rich dude anyway, but he doesn’t want Sheree to die – so no castle.
We left Boldt castle and headed north across the border back into Canada. We found a nice campground, Grenville Park Campground, right along the St. Lawrence river. We shared it with some other humans and hundreds of geese and thousands of seagulls. The bad news is that there are frost warnings for the night. Fall is coming way too soon for us. ...
... they said in return, "I'm Giddy," said the first horses, "and this is Up" he said indicated his friend with a toss of his head.
"Hi, where are you from?" asked Up.
"We're from Australia," answered AJ.
"Nice to meet you," said Giddy, "we meet people from all over the world at our market."
"That must be great," said BJ.
"Sure is," said Up.
"Can I go for a ride?" asked AJ, "I have never had a chance to ride on a horse ...
Totals Miles driven on this trip is 6362. We drove east along Lake Ontario to the St. Lawrence River then about 30 miles up River to Wellesley Island State Park which requires us to cross over a long, high, and narrow highway bridge. Along the way we first drove out to a secluded Long Point State Park along Lake Ontario, but the sites were not too level and it was pretty isolated so we continued on another hour over back roads to Wellesley. We had ...
... to get some sailing in once we round the corner and start heading south."
August 21, 2014
"After landing in Gaspe we were finally provided with some long awaited wind! After a full day of practicing manoeuvering under sail in the baie de Gaspe yesterday, we sailed onto our anchorage for the evening. Over the next week we'll be cruising in company to Charlottetown, PEI with our friends aboard the Tall Ship, St. Lawrence ...