Howard Johnson Inn Gananoque
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Mmmmm. The weekend was glorious. Stolen were a few hours of quiet time watching the shooting stars with hubby, pedicures with Nana, sitting on the deck with the puppy and partaking in an impromptu water balloon fight with the kids. It was great to slow down from the crazy pace of packing to spend time with those we love. With three days to go I've recharged my battery for what will no doubt be a busy and emotional three days. Egypt, the Osborne's are on their ...
The bug has struck again. Having spent the evening hearing about the recent adventures of my travel partner in crime, I'm ready to jump on the plane tomorrow. Forget about the clothes and toiletries I haven't packed yet, or the house cleaning and visiting that is on my "to do" list. I'm ready to go. Now. Everything that was important enough is done. 8 ...
Ten days! Our amazing adventure is about to begin. We hope to blog about our sightings and surroundings over the next year. Keeping an open mind, we expect to experience culture shock and the hope is we will embrace it with some humour. I had the best intentions to have my "to do" list completed in order to relax prior to departing but this week I've stalled ...
... we couldn't even go for a walk… and the deer flies have been horrid! We were visited by a family of coons after we had hobos. Barry broke his broomstick trying to scare them away. Later, the coons were scrapping. Wednesday was hot again. It was a bit more bearable and spent the afternoon reading a book, On The Island. Barry fished a bit then we played some games in the trailer for a few hours.still too hot to play ladder ball,or ...
... brought along Andy's DS."
"Cool," BJ exclaimed. "Aury and Emeline have a DS, we like to play it when they are asleep."
"Us too!", chorused their new friends.
"Who is Andy?" asked AJ.
Monk replied, "Andy is the second oldest in our family."
AJ started counting, "Beena, Tippy, Noah and Andy, that makes four."
"There is also Sylvain, he is the oldest," said Monk.
"That's right," said farmer Ted. "The Eyes, always the ...