Ledges Hotel & Marina
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... pull out a huge stick attached to another root. And...we saw some pretty boys tanning on some rocks. Need I say more.... Met neighbours on Lot 252. Doug and Debbie (son Andrew) from Brockville. They had a nice Puma trailer..nice size! Took Doug all day to assemble his kayak. Rained on and off Saturday night, was nice when we woke up Sunday. Nice morning, packed up and waited a bit (15min) at pump station. Bugs not too bad, racoons ...
... seems to own the site. He chases away the chipmunks and black squirrels. When he is off chasing the black squirrels, the chipmunks come and raid his territory. Quite comical! We named him Sammy the Squirrel. Nuts are falling from the trees, last night I blamed it on Percy the porcupine. Percy was up the tree throwing nuts at us. Not really,but it was a funny campfire story. Sunday we hiked Sandstone Island Trail. Very nice, scenic trail. 3.3 ...
Lot 264 Cell Service - 2 Bars
Nice big lot, but behind swamp. Lots of frogs!! I think Eddie is missing the water view!
Arrived 4:30 pm. Hot 35 degrees! Humid. Broken regulator on the bbq, had to fry up the burgers. Nice warm evening, drinks & snacks with Jo & Mo then off to bed.
Rain started overnight and into next morning. Suppose to clear up in afternoon.
... Wannamaker's store in Philadelphia, PA were disposing of their noted set of chimes as they were too loud for the city streets. Fifteen silver bells ranging in size from 12 to 14 feet formed a representation of the Westminster chimes which could be heard for miles up and down the river. The tower also housed an immense three faced clock which was electrically lit at night and could be seen from great distances. The Power House actually is located on a ...
... always a carpenter’s daughter.
I had a random chat with a visitor to the farm I know only as 'the maple syrup man’, seemingly because he collects maple syrup, and discussed how amazing Iceland is, how useful an English degree can be, and how ‘cool’ my name was. As he walked off into the rainy June day he bid me a ‘good life’ and I got on ...