Knights Inn Kemptville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We just left the Diefenbunker - fascinating piece of Canadian Cold War history. Now we're having a quick lunch stop at a cute little place called Alice's Village Cafe just down Carp Road from the bunker. Now I'm having a 'cup of Joe' with my little mate ...
... taking our photo! He did a great job of taking great pictures, some of which you can see on the blog.
Jenny and I really enjoyed the horse riding. Janine is very experienced so put us at ease and took us on a nice route throughout the land behind their house. The route included a pond crossing! This was very exciting for Jenny as her horse was not so keen! Haha. Jenny got across, then so did I. Janine waited for us to cross then crossed the pond ...
... until midnight. I'll be 10 hours in Vienna. Of course, there was some chaos as we were all boarded onto our flight when word came that Washington was closing for at least one hour. We sat on the tarmac but when the one hour was extended to two, we were deplaned. I managed to get to an agent quickly but figuring out a new route for me was difficult. I thought about postponing for 24 hours, but tomorrow's flight ...
Went to Kemptville today for Wal Mart. Wal Mart frightens me.
Highlights since last post have been timing my composting of the fall vegetable display with the sunset. (It's hard to mind having your hand stuck in rotten pumpkin when there's a burnt pink sky and pine trees on your horizon.) And cutting down a dead vine with a gigantic ...
It's a go...in just over a month I'll be departing Canada for my second European visit. The first one, over 3 decades ago, was to England. Looking back now, I didn't appreciate the historical significance of Bath or the Tate Gallery. I remember the pubs all so well! My fascination with cathedrals and the likes was solidified after reading Follett's Pillars of the Earth and World Without End. It'll be fun and amazing, I can feel ...