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... Island Winery, and of course we had to bring a couple bottles home for the evening. We also drove through Point Pelee National Park, a famous bird migration route, spotting wild turkeys and a cougar. We were pretty excited to see wild things that were alive because our road kill count is over 100! So now, it's off to Michigan and then heading west towards home. Wonder what adventures we will have on the ...
... at our hotel forst. Homewood Suites (50,000 points OUCH) was beautifully decorated and laid out and our suite felt positively luxurious. We then headed out in search of a snack. Just a few hundred metres away was the famed Newport Creamery where we got some delicious ice cream and an Awful Awful, a must have in Newport. It turned out to be a less creamy milkshake and we really enjoyed it. Then it was off to Easton Beach for twin lobster rolls ...
At my retirement dinner in late April, I
told you about my plans for my "retirement trip." Well, those plans
have become a reality.
I left Windsor on August 29th, taking
Via to Toronto where I met my friend from the UK at Pearson Airport. We
then headed back downtown, which was a challenge because of the
construction, but we did ...
... Marsh Boardwalk, I continued to drive along the road and noticed numerous beach signs along the way. Joanne and I had decided not to bring our swim suits for this trip and after seeing all the signs, we were feeling a bit disappointed we had not brought them. (We later found out the water was not safe to swim in because of the toxin levels in them during this time of the year).
Anyways, I noticed a sign that said the Dunes so decided to stop and see what they ...
... After we paid at the gate, we entered into Point Pelee National Park.
The road was surrounded by trees and it was quite peaceful and quiet - with not many tourists entering the park with us. We later found out why!!! (but I will save that for later).
I drove fairly slow enjoying all the beauty around us (plus the speed limit was only 50 km/h).