Ramada Provincial Inn
Travel Blogs from Gananoque
I want to go to Ottawa but not with the rest of the people.
It will be fun to go alone or just with my house mate.
But not the big group of people.
I want to book my stuffs soon, but I am starting to feel the drag of having an ...
... and it's just so hard to bear looking at her.
Now that what dear has been saying is illustrated before my eyes, maybe the drama exaggerated but I get the idea.
Lunch was so so. Xinyi made butter pan-fried toast with ham cheddar cheese onions eggs and mushroom. It's good! I had clam chowder risotto, hmmm, it wasn't as nice as I've imagined.
Kim made apple crumble. We had it hot form the oven with frozen ...
... when he overdid it he will get dizzy spells, I was very worried.
When we are back we will do light gym and plenty of hill climbing and recreation sports okay!
Time will fly (trying to be a time optimist). Look it is already 3 months left! I really can't wait for the day I can hug you tight again.
... at the highest point on the Rideau, so tomorrow we start down. When we enter the locks the water will be let out to lower us (instead of filling to higher us). As we go downbound the buoys change sides. Until now it’s been red right returning. Tomorrow the buoys switch sides (important to remember).
Full moon again tonight. I try to capture it in photos but I’m not having much luck. You have to be ...
We left Kingston at 8:30 AM in order to make the 9:00 AM opening of the LaSalle Causeway Bridge, the southern gateway to the Rideau Canal. It was a clear and cold night and morning but the cloudless sky, sunshine, and no wind made for one of the nicest days we have had. The canal was mirror calm and the colors of the trees are just beginning to change.
The first part of the canal was like going through a channel in ...