Pelee Motor Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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... before the ferry left. We then got picked up in Sandusky to get to Toledo...
The first part of our trip is over, here are some stats:
-Approximately 1300km (800 miles)
-Average of 20$/day (including food, ferries, ice creams, and the rest)
-Falls: Marie = 2, Lucas = 1
-Flat tires: Marie = 0, Lucas = 5
Departure to the wide wild west is scheduled for the 27th of July.
So here we are, my brother and I, about to depart on the trip of a lifetime. We have just arrived at the airport, after our parents drove us to Canada for our flight. Windsor has such a small airport, and not realizing this, we arrived two hours early. However, this is not the O'Hare airport, and we checked our bags, checked in, and went through security in 20 minutes. Therefore, we are waiting for the first of three flights to finally arrive in Valencia, Spain in over 24 hours... Here we ...
... in the month they have been here, and they gave us a royal welcome with wonderful dinners, a cozy bed, a guided tour, and lots of laughs. Mark is an amazing, very accomplished artist and craftsman and Margo whipped up a painting just that week. Their lovely new home is just right for their style and creativity. Stella and Howie shared a few toys and some big romps in the parks. We went on a great wine tour ...
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 ...
... spring migrants reach in the pre-dawn hours when crossing Lake Erie at night. While interesting to visit, we were a few weeks too late for the influx of the migrants, mainly the first three weeks of May. Point Pelee National Park has a variety of habitats, including marshlands, where we saw nesting black terns; open grasslands; upland and swamp forests; and lakeside beaches. Wildlife on the trails included a doe and her fawn, rabbits, ...