Four Points by Sheraton London
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It wasn't so great to have to say
goodbye though. Unfortunately we had to so after a lunch of leftovers
(like all good holiday celebrations there was too much food) we
hugged a few more times goodbye and headed out to Canada.
Crossing the border to Canada was a
little daunting. The questions they could ask, the foods you weren't
After leaving Niagara i headed to London... just because!! then followed the roads up the coastal roads following the Lakes. Past Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Georgian Bay to the Town of Barrie.
Again lovely weather... oh and note self.. just because A Town name has "Beach" in the title doesn't mean it has a nice beach!!
Great couple of days driving.
On to Kingston.
... like it would be a great spot for a picnic in the summer.
As we went down the driveway to the mill parking lot I was surprised at how big the mill actually is. Of course lots of silos, but I was aching to roam around and see the mill in action! No such luck. The mill store is open Sundays, but they don't do any milling on that day. So Liam had to be content with ...
... br> Tonight we are 15 km. outside London, Ontario. London was on Denis' list to see/go through as he passed through here once on a train. From here we are heading to a few places that figure in Denis' past when the family would leave Quebec and head to Ontario to pick tomatoes in order to earn some money-- not much work in Causapscal where they lived at the time-- and also to places Denis went as a young man to seek work before he decided the military was for him.
... pending arrival of Sprout. Who we now know as Charlotte Lucy.
Social Diary Continued (2)
Sunday lunch at Karen's - to watch Brady shoot the basket - he's pretty cool with the basketball.
Later a visit to see Jumbo, the Railway Museum, Port Stanley Beach and the front porch of Mark's House (Hazel's nephew and niece etc......). Where of course Maureen wangled a tour of the very fine house.