Holiday Inn St. Johns
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As I write this, we are just passing by the location where the Titanic sank. It's pitch black outside so nothing can be seen of the site. The whole ship, just now, shuddered like it struck something in the water. Just ghosts I bet. We had a great stop in St. John's today where the sun shone most of our stay. We had a nice walk around the downtown, opting out of the touristy sites as we'd been before. It was just nice to walk around, stop ...
... driven - one way in, one way out, with the long ferry ride being the only other option. We're hoping for smooooth sailing again - the last thing Jim wants to do is play nurse to Colleen's weak sea legs.
Rain and wind continued throughout the day and night, rocking us to sleep and leaving us wondering where to go next. We're getting weary of the gloom - think we're ready for some Reno sunshine!
... pick up a novel. I can't remember the last time I lazed around till 12pm reading! Relaxing indeed. The Courtney's departed for the Ridgways and Fliss and I were left to enjoy the peace and quiet. We read, ate veggies, ate donuts, hung washing for Julia, read some more and Fliss snoozed on the couch. I think we'll make the most of this while it lasts, apparently there's a hike planned for tommorow, we need to conserve energy!
One other thing I've noted ...
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! As a Brit this is my first Thanksgiving break ever, which is exciting, and it has proved to be a lot of fun. I've now racked my Thanksgiving dinner invites up to four (people here are so kind!) and I intend to go to every single one.
Yesterday was dinner at my friend Emma's house with her family. They were unbelievably kind to us, and I had the most amazing afternoon. We began with dinner at 2ish at their house, which was ...