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... ever sleep there, and any money made by the state had to go back into the island.
By the end of our tour it was getting pretty dark and stormy looking, so we headed home as quickly as possible. Boy did it storm! We had a HUGE thunderstorm! So huge in fact that lightening struck right outside our bedroom window and then again on the hillside behind us! Scared the **** out of ...
We drove 4 hours from Niagara Falls and chose Gananoque to spend some time in. It sits on the St. Lawrence Seaway, where there are over 1,800 islands. Known as the land of 1,000 islands! We took a one-hour cruise, had dinner, and ended with a lovely ...
... br> Kingston was an important Great Lakes naval base and there was a major dockyard across the other side of the bay from the fort - which wasn't the only fortification that defended the harbour and town, merely the main one.
The Canadian Royal Military College is also in Kingston, today, alongside the fort, but looks like a nondescript collection of random buildings from different time periods, though some are older than RMC Duntroon, of ...
... drove completely out of Adirondack State Park as we headed towards Lake Ontario. We drove through Watertown (thought of you Pat McG!) on our way to camp for the night which is located close to Henderson. The terrain through there was SO much flatter than we have been used to in the past several days but no less beautiful. We were back into beautiful farm land with wheat and corn fields and lovely barns.
We arrived at our home away from home, KOA 1000 Islands at ...
... branch of the government in charge of fortifications and canals) interested in the Rideau Canal project.
No action was taken on the Duke of Wellington's recommendations to proceed with the building of the Rideau Canal. The next activity was in 1821 when the legislature in York appointed a commission to look into improving the internal navigation of the province. The Rideau was part of this commission, which made its report in 1824. The commission hired Samuel Clowes, a ...