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... ice scraper is for sitting on the back seat. Eventually we found the correct freeway and I was pleasantly surprised the road signs leaving Montreal were a big improvement on the ones entering. After an hour we entered Ontario and this explained the big improvement in the roads. It also explained the number of police cars we had seen. They must pay for their roads with the traffic fines. We'd seen six cars pulled over by police in the first half hour of entering Ontario. The ...
Saturday 28/2 - Up at 7:00am for Peter and Mike and after a coffee we were off to 'the cottage' where Mike spends most of his weekends and Mat has told us a lot about. Only 1 hrs drive and we were there. We drove straight out onto the frozen 'Wolfe Lake' and parked in front of the cottage. Waded through knee deep snow to the back door. 1st job was to light the wood heater to warm the cottage up. A lovely spot right on the ...
... hockey today?? We dined early at 'Lone Star' in town before going to the K Rock Centre to watch an ice hockey game between Kingston and Sudbury under 20 High School teams. These are the best juniors in the world and a lot of the players get drafted into the NHL teams. One player already had $950,000 contract and was still a year away from playing NHL. Much better watching the game live and most impressed with the skill level and ...
... riding a bike. We can also see where some people have been cross country skiing. Mat tells me this area is crowded with cyclists, joggers, walkers and people in general, during the summer months. There are beaches and an outdoor pool under this snow & ice somewhere??
Tuesday 24/2 - A lazy day again today as its windy so minus 19 with wind chill factor. We all went out to lunch at a local cafe ...
"That's right," said Monk. "Some parts of Canada are very French and the people speak mainly French. In other parts of Canada the people mainly speak English."
"So Percy," asked AJ, " do you speak French or English?"
"Both," replied Percy, "we live in a bilingual house so everyone speaks French and English."
"That must be great," said BJ, "you can speak two languages. Does that mean you can speak to each other in French and tell ...