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My first Family Day in Ontario!
In keeping with the romantic "step back in time" theme, a horse drawn sleigh ride seemed perfect! We met at Riverbend acres; farm situated between Washington and Bright. Not too far from our farmhouse in Drumbo. Immediately the beautiful Belgian Draft horses that reside at Riverbend were curious and came around the corral to say hello. These horses are magnificent; big and blonde with ...
... like it would be a great spot for a picnic in the summer.
As we went down the driveway to the mill parking lot I was surprised at how big the mill actually is. Of course lots of silos, but I was aching to roam around and see the mill in action! No such luck. The mill store is open Sundays, but they don't do any milling on that day. So Liam had to be content with ...
... honor, I am simultaneously amused and humbled. When he encounters the Knight of the Mirrors, I hurt but refuse to surrender. When Sancho and Dulcinea's belief in him resurrects his own "Impossible Dream," I mouth the words in unison.
Tom Rooney's performance is often understated, a choice I appreciated in order to recognize his dream to be that of a real man, not a windmill-charging caricature. Steve Ross was, not surprisingly, a wonderful sidekick. ...
... takes 8 hours. Arrive in Honolulu at 5:45, get picked up by our Speedi Shuttle and whisked back to our original hotel. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review -g60982-d120684-Reviews-Outrigger_Waiki ki_on_the_Beach-Honolulu_Oahu_Hawaii.ht ml Fri. May 31 until June 2 we will relax and enjoy Waikiki and some attractions that we may have considered to do the first time we were here. Sun. June 2: We check out of our hotel and take the airport shuttle to HNL airport Flight UA724 ...
... other day at St Jacobs. Caught the historic train there, and went on a horse drawn buggy tour of one of the local Mennonite farms. That was pretty cool. They mostly grow corn, and produce a lot of Maple Syrup and byproducts. Damn that stuff is sweet!
No more tours or anything planned for now, except for a trip to Toronto later this month to watch the AFL grand final and possibly a day trip to Canada's Wonderland!!
Til my next ...