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Travel Blogs from Gravenhurst
... since the polar vortex had Ontario in its full
grip. Brrrr. Poor Evie seemed to be in shock!
Thanks to Boni, Eric, and Josh for tackling the driveway
and turning up the furnace. Goodness... when we asked for "help" shovelling
the driveway we didn't think it was THAT big of an ask! We can't even see the road from our front windows, the snow is piled so high!
We spent some lovely time with ...
... into any major problems. And when I get to Bali I really hope there's someone there to pick me up and take me to the hostel and nothing sketchy happens in between! About to board this plane to Vancouver and let the adventure begin! Who knows what will happen along the way but for now I just need to focus and start to be excited for what I'm about to do! It's an adventure of a lifetime and I need to embrace every minute of ...
... at Steve and Sherry's and headed back to Bracebridge on Monday. >There is a birthday card out there somewhere that Ron's Mom bought, brought to the campground in Alliston, so two weeks ago!!! but couldn't find in the car, found it later when she got home and called us to tell us this, lost it again because she put it where she would remember it, came to the dinner on Sunday night without it and is now going to have to mail it as we are ...
We packed up early cause we had over 700kms to get to Bracebridge. We filled both the RV and the car before heading back into Canada, especially since we were now going into Ontario, where the price of fuel is so high! We made it through the border in no time, with no issues. We chose to try the truck route through Sault Ste Marie this time and even though it seemed to be going the wrong direction at times, it made things a lot easier. The roads in Ontario, at least in the north, are ...
... m sure I asked myself this the entire drive back to Orillia. I knew the true answer, I was just scared to admit it to myself. No, I wasn’t happy. Finally, I came to a realization. I no longer just wanted to go abroad, I felt as though I needed to. There was nothing left that Orillia had to offer me. It was time for me to spread my wings, and discover who I am.