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Here's our own personal impressions of the provinces we visited.
Ontario had the best recycling program. Absolutely everything gets recycled - wet paper, dry paper, lawn clippings, cardboard, glass, aluminum, you name it - it gets recycled. Special blue bags are used for the trash and you'd best bring your own grocery bag to the store or you'll get charged. (Thanks Karen for giving us our own grocery bags.)
Some of the Atlantic provinces ...
... up that way, but nothing prepared me for how quickly they built up, rapidly they moved, or how severe the storms became.
I was proud of myself for choosing a dogleg routing that got us around the developing weather, but event still, I had to duck under some dark clouds and poke through the gloomy haze.
Once over Buffalo, we proceeded to over Niagara Falls. Alex seemed impressed by the falls, but we made only one turn over ...
YOLO once again. The trip to Indiana was a veeery loooong one. From La Salle, we went south on I-39 to Bloomington/Normal (which wasn't very normal). From there, east on I-74 into Crawfordsville, IN and onto state highway 32. In Noblesville, IN we got on 38 to Pendleton, and onto 9. That took us south to I-70 east, which carried us to Richmond, IN.
We are at ...
... was a lot nicer than the previous one. It had a nice small lake where you could fish and rent paddle boats, and a hiking trail or "nature trail" as they call it. The trail was probably about a mile and a half and was very nice and shady. I would definitely return to this campsite.
It's been a few days since I could update the blog, my phone died Tuesday evening and I couldn't recover it until we got to St. Louis! Then Thursday we had very little service on the drive to northern Arkansas and no service or wireless at our condo! Craziness! But now were back home and I'm going to finish out the blog with the remainder of our stops...
Ohio was great! We stayed with Uncle Tom (my Dad's younger brother) and Aunt ...