Red Pine Inn & Conference Centre
Travel Blogs from Alliston
... of it and it covered more than half of the cost to repair the fan belt, tensioner and the labour and travel that the mechanic had to do to come the 5 minutes from the shop to fix it.
We are still at Nicholston Dam, in Alliston till tomorrow, when we move to Stallybrass Acres (Ron's brother Mark's driveway) for a couple of days. We expect to meet up with Nate there again.
By the way, as we have been following ...
... either blow back in or another one would follow. And the rain came down in sheets. It was a good test for the water tightness of the rig. We were nice and dry...although the whole rig shook with some of the thunder claps.
We left Mom's on Wednesday and headed down to Alliston, to the Nicholston Dam Campsite. We have always stayed here because it is convenient for visiting some family and, most importantly, it was ...
... and if not you go with the sign that says "tout autre directions) we knew that the Walled Castle/City was on a hill it was not really viewable by the busy road that lead to it......myth is now dispelled: All roads did not lead to the castle. Nancy does follow directions well when prompted. And we thus found ourselves on a series of very narrow one way streets complete with crossroads and no signs indicating who or what had the right of way!! All parked cars had their ...
... filled the dining room with animated chatter. Life was normal again.
Thursday nights were my father's once a week outing – a night of 5-pin bowling. For my mother and me, Thursday night was television night. Gunsmoke, with Matt Dillon, Chester Good and Miss Kitty at 8:00 p.m., Eliot Ness and The Untouchables at nine, then the very scary Thriller, introduced by Boris Karloff at ten. I knew that she couldn't have cared less for ...
Élément d'analyse: Personel
When I left Quebec City, I was sure that I would have been able to make friends and I never worried about it. I was saying to myself: “no problem, even if I don’t make friends or have a social life, my friends from Quebec would be there to hear me and I’m an easy-going guy. Anyway, I went from the middle of nowhere (Saint-Pamphile) to Quebec City itself and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility