Lockport Inn and Suites
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... working phone. All of which are required. So we rode to a factory outlet centre looking for bargains. Phones were over $600... so no phone, undies were no where to be seen... but there was a store selling ski clothing for half price. Yay. We both picked out a jacket and pants for the snow. Jase, the Aussie supporter is decked out in green and gold, and Amy is in bright pink. We realised we didn't have enough money to buy the clothes so were discussing what to put ...
... by the way! We visited a little lakeside town called Holland on our last day there.....the Great Lakes are not called great for no reason.....you cannot see the other side of these masses of glacial history. That is how big they are! Check it out on a map.
It eventually came to the time to leave Okemos and after stocking up on supplies and buying a stove, finally (the sexy Jet Boil) we said goodbye to our more than gracious hosts.
... was back to the car. We booked a motel while we still had 3G in Michigan, so we were on a mission, passing areas we have camped in the past on the northshore of Lake Erie.
Soon enough we reached the megaopolis of mighty Toronto, hitting the city of Hamilton. Around the corner is St. Catharines on the shore of dark Lake Ontario and then we were in the bustling Niagara area. And here we are, in a very Canadian hotel, surrounded by the ghosts of history writing about the ...
... cowering and peering out from behind my blue plastic dress, I noticed that we were completely surrounded by a halo of rainbows. There were at least 3 rainbows that looked so close you could have touched them. Amazing.
I stayed one more night in my bedbug infested hellhole (I changed beds to try and at least confuse the bugs, who now seemed to have a taste for me blood). Then got on a bus to ...
... New York or they ran into the wrong folks. These are some of the most warm people I've ever met.
Tomorrow we head back into Canada as we visit Niagara Falls. We were there two years ago and loved it so we are getting excited about it. Crossing the border is more challenging these days but going to Canada is easier than getting back home to the US. Anyway, it ...