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... Queen Victoria Park, taking photos along the way. It was an absolutely beautiful morning. Clear skies and after a while, it got balmy! I actually dispensed with my jacket and was walking around just in a T shirt.
The Park and gardens were beautiful.... The greenest grass, trees in every stage of colour, squirrels scurrying around gathering whatever before the real winter comes.
We ended up walking up to and beyond the Rainbow Bridge. We were thinking of going as far ...
... movements, once with quick Battle reload movements. See the photo!
Lots of other stuff, of course, and there weren't that many kids, so some of the re-enactory-y people were able to chat about their particular building, occupation or whatever in between hordes of snotty nosed groups. The usual sorts of things - the Blacksmith, Carpenter/Cooper, Officer's Cook and more.
Lots of stuff on the War of 1812 - which, strangely enough, ...
... night and be gone by Friday afternoon, doesn't sound like a long time does it? It certainly didn't to us and little did we know how this blizzard cell (later to be named Hercules by the Bureau of Meteorology) would be the worst blizzard they have had in 4 years since Hurricane Sandy but more on that later.
The alarm went off at 3:15am Friday morning as we had to get to East 64th St Affinia Hotel to be picked up at 4:15am by the shuttle bus to take ...
... Horsehoe Falls and a third one I can't remember. (Surprise!) I don't think we really got the scope of their size because we were looking down on them. We'll see what it's like from the boat tomorrow. Stopped for pizza on our way back. First pizza the whole trip! Gotta be a record. Carol will tell you all about our tour tomorrow nite. Meanwhile, I'm gonna label a few pics and hit the hay. Keep us in your Thots, as we keep you all in ours. Really miss you, Mr G! Love to all. ...
... to take photos of others who are sharing these wonderful views with us. He obliges and one person actually asks if he can return the favour; we graciously accept and get a photo taken at the point of the observation deck that is the wettest. Satisfied that we have completed all that we can here, we are returned by elevator to the gift shop level, as I suspected we would. We take a peek at the picture that was take of us and decline ...