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We found our lodging for the night, a Hampton Inn on the south side of Barrie. Now, the restaurant recommendations. It was still raining . . . and although the temperature had risen to 57 today, it had dropped to 53 and was windy and raining. That drove the dinner choices to something reasonably close to the hotel.
It was either Herb n' Sage, kind of an eclectic menu or Sicilian Gourmet, an Italian place. ...
... to know each other better and got along great, while sharing a few gin and tonics. Jeff and James did some running around and catching up...they are pretty similar guys.
Later, we had to motor back to the town dock, where we are keeping our car, and then we headed back out to the anchorage we had been at earlier, to spend the night. Boys went to bed a little better. And James and I even managed to stay up, play cards, and share a few drinks. A good ...
... to do with the schools/students/lessons and it has certainly been a source of anxiety. It is really hard to plan and bring supplies when you don't know what you are walking into!
The next two days will certainly be crazy busy and really stressful but hopefully as everything plays out it will start to feel more comfortable!
Well.. we arrived !!! The flight was long and uncomfortable lol.. Flying economy is not for sissys !!! Never again. ( I said that before ) . Anyway... When we finally arrived at our hotel we realized one of our Hop on Hop off bus tour passes was for that day.. so even though we were exhausted we decided not to waste it and went into central London to see some sights. Had a ...
Another out of Toronto trip. Up to Georgian Bay on Lake Huron, around Midland,
First stop, Sainte Marie amongst the Hurons - set up on the site of the first Jesuit/French mission to this part of Canada, in thelate 1600's to the early 1700's ... only used for about 20 odd years before raids by the Hurons against then locals forced the Jesuits to relocate down closer to Montreal.
Lots of re-enactors ... and NO SCHOOL ...