Leamington Vacation Motel
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... wanted to be in Canada. With a bit of research and a leap of faith, they packed up their possessions and relocated this fall. We think they made a wonderful choice, they are close to; beaches, lakes, parks, markets, shopping, restaurants, and big city stuff not far away if necessary. They can walk or ride their bikes downtown and the average temperature here is 1 degree! Their new home is already all ...
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 ...
... in Essex County in southwestern Ontario. It consists a unique peninsula of land that tapers to a sharp point as it extends into Lake Erie. It’s roughly a four hour drive from Toronto and accessed via the town of Leamington.
There are fabulous beaches on either side of the split. But it was chili and too windy during May.However, we didn't miss a visit to the very tip.
The bird migration ...
... farms, and there were huge fields of little tomato and corn plants. Wheatley Harbor is considered world renowned as the fresh fishing capital of the world, but it's not easy to see. Gillnetting fishing tugs bring in catch of perch, walleye, bass, and others. There are both black and grey squirrels here in Ontario.
We "dined" at Joey's Seafood, a fish and chips franchise in Leamington, as we said goodbye to Canada for the time ...
This was our third bus tour of Detroit, MI. It was called "Boats, Barons, and Bootleggers," by Step on Bus tours. We joined lots of friends from the Royal Oak Senior Center on a rainy day and went to the East Side of Detroit.
We started at the Skillman Branch of the Public Library where we got some shots of the auto room for Patrick. Kathleen posed in front of the Cadillac service manuals. I wanted ...