Hotel L'Oiseliere - Levis
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... there is nothing here apart from a few motels and houses and we need to start making our way back to Toronto. Seems a little sad making our way back as its the first sign that the holiday will end soon but we have well over another week to see yet more stuff. No moose sightings today unless moose stand on their hind legs and point straight up, cover themselves in leaves and look like stiff weeds. In that case I've seen ...
... me in their coats and hats would have to sweat it out. No such luck, the sun did shine briefly, the tempratures rocketed to a balmy 15 degrees. Never mind because the morning was spent in the shopping malls, their are 3 large malls here and we wandered around doing a bit of shopping before heading into the old town for some sightseeing. The plan was to catch a sightseeing bus and do a tour but there ...
... I was 'feeling' was not the reality that I was living because I belong to Him and I am never alone.
Sometimes you just need to go ahead and let yourself 'feel' whatever it is you are feeling. I have a tendency to want to get over it instead of just getting through it. Today was a get through it type of day. The girls slept in, Cam and I took a walk to the deli, we did some laundry and some packing ...
... had a few rubber construction markers to pull out from under his truck, I decided to carry on. As the day proceeded, I started to get signs that there might be more damage than initially thought, so I stopped at a hardware store for some quick fix items and got back on the road. I arrived safely at Ruth's place in Havelock just before 10 p.m. I am looking forward to being parked for a few days to give my butt a rest.
... differences between those types of politics were. As I said, Heather is not a specialist and she is not "politics" (like me, she is just aware of certain things, but she does not really follow that), so this entry is not a political one, it is more a point of view. So, about the politics in Quebec, she said that the people (we, obviously) are very politically engaged. According, to her, it is maybe because the Quebecker protect a lot their language. About this, I must say that ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility