Travelodge Kingston LaSalle Hotel
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Left Ottawa late, around noon, going south west. Took Highway 5 which is a secondary road with very little traffic, the way we like it since the bus is very slow moving along. It was a beautiful afternoon with temperature in the mid 20's. Since Craig lent me his cylinder head temp gage I have been constantly watching the dial especially on the hills. So far we have not reached 350C, the temp generally sits around 280 to 320C. We will see how it reacts once we hit some ...
Left scenic Whiteface Mt to Lake Placid to tour the Olympic Ski Jump facilities Drove scenic Olympic Hwy 3 to Busy old Watertown for fuel Continued to Canadian border bought duty free & camped at expensive KOA camp at 1000 Islands camp at $75 Last night in Motorhome Great trip but too much driving draining as only driver Vowed last van ...
Left beautiful Danville camp to grubby Montpellier for info then to Bypass Burlington to Charlotte ferry to Essex NY over Lake Champkain Drove onto Lake Placid $ walked the Olympic Ski village Lousy Italian lunch & poor info service Camped at pine forest KOA Whiteface ...
... the snow whipping around outside. Later in the afternoon Mat, Denise & Michelle hit the gym while Peter went for a 6km walk along the Humber river recreational trail, returning through local suburbia. Just got back befor it started snowing.
Wednesday 25/2 - Lazy morning. walked along the lake after lunch. The snow has melted a bit now and there's a lot more pavement and grass areas becoming visible ...
... westerners, you'll have to spend more efforts to make yourself heard.
Once you've gotten credibility and trust, things will be easier. They'll treat you as equal and listen to you when you speak.
I don't mean that they are discriminative. Everyone has their assumptions and guard against "outsiders". It is human nature. I just have to learn how to break down these assumptions and be part of the group.