Holiday Inn Guelph Hotel & Conference Centre
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... the deep voice they had heard through the door. "We saw you on the plane." "You did?" asked AJ and BJ, startled. "Yes," said the Monkey. "We're traveling with the Mommy of our owners, are you doing the same?" "That's right," said AJ. "We are traveling with the Daddy of our owners, Aury and Emeline. I'm AJ and this is BJ." "Hi," said the Monkey. "I'm Monk, this is farmer Ted and this ..." "Is Percy," finished BJ. "How do you know my name?" asked Percy "We ...
... and after a few correct instructions we arrived, with Riley pleased to be out of the car to stretch his rather long legs :)
We were excited to see Hannah and the three of us set off for a walk. Spencer Gorge is a beautiful wilderness area with stunning waterfalls, tree covered pathways and swift flowing creeks (which Riley found out were deeper than they looked when he face planted off a bank into the stream with a mighty splash). There were many ...
Theresa's List of Things Still to Do:
1. Learn Welsh by listening to CD's my daughter, De, who took Welsh in university as part of her Celtic Studies degree, lent me.
2. Fold the laundry
3. Make final decision as to what I'm taking
4. Pack that
5. Take out some shirts; there are always too many.
6. Change mind about hiking shorts and decide on much more comfortable ...
... unit and look after herself.
Linda Skyped us this morning and Marg was excited seeing her on the laptop ad a good talk and let her know we survived the day and night. Linda suggested going to Caledon and forks of the Credit today as Marg went there when she was young plus Linda said it was a nice drive.
All the staff we have met are really lovely and do a great job looking after the elderly residents. The only problem we have ...
... br> biotic to see if it might be a chest infection of some sort. As it turned out it later seemed to work.
Staying at an expensive Econolodge just outside Duluth (N46 48.927 W92 10.565) we drove to the harbour on Lake Superior, parked in an underground car park and walked to the nearby Tall Ships Festival. There were a handful of classic sailing ships but the only genuinely old one was the “Sorlandet”, from Norway and claiming to be the oldest square rigger ...