Queen's Inn at Stratford
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... around 13:00hrs, overnight in Sudbury and on to the Sault on Tues.
Start - 00000km
End - 00453km
We did get away around 1 o'clock. Went up to Orangeville to avoid the 400 as long as possible.
Car responded well. The sound from the new muffler was awsome. A bit of a bark under load and very smooth at cruising speeds. Once we got on the 400 the ...
With the start of the bike trip now only a few days away, I thought it appropriate to reflect for a moment on the wonderful family events of the past month ... June - what a great month it was...
In early June I was onsite at a client event in Las Vegas for a week (the "non-semi" portion of my retirement).
Our granddaughter Nina celebrated her 2nd birthday in mid-June and a few days later our daughter ...
... Robert and Kerryn immigrated to Canada around 2000, and lived in Gibsons for a year or so, with Kerryn learning pottery from Pat, They also did some housesitting for us at the time. Some of you will remember them. Robert is a musician, earning his living as a musical director for some choirs and theatre groups, as well as doing some teaching. Kerryn is an artist… had done some ceramics over the past few years, more recently painting and computer graphics, but ...
... students. Some people have been able to upgrade their rooms with varying success, so we will see if this is a possibility for me.
Do you know Chinese?
I have taken 5 Chinese language courses at uWaterloo so far. Apparently I should know about 1600 characters but in reality I think this number is a bit less.
Do these courses count for credit at uWaterloo?
Unsure... I just have to take the classes, petition for ...
... Homer Watson Boulevard, I thought better of it and decided that a Timmie’s double-double coffee was in order. As I pulled into the Tim Horton’s parking lot there was a loud yell; my good friend, former neighbour and fellow motorcycle instructor Steve was beckoning me over from a parking spot beside his brother’s Harley and his own massive, silver diesel truck.
Steve? At a Tim Horton’s coffee shop? Who woulda thunk? ...