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... the operation. I went to see my physician Wendy on Monday, and she asked,"How I was?" I replied “terrible”; she replied “that's good”. Obviously not listening as we walked down the hall, I corrected her, and she turned and looked at me and said “Sorry”, took a good look and said, “you have lost a lot of weight, and you look terrible”. So this is where I sit, or lay, now. I am on my third set ...
... to tell her that he had been in the hospital, but was sent back to the Mad Cow Palace and placed on palliative care. Now Lynne did not tell me this, and Angie did not want to because of my surgery, so she called my daughter Amanda, who passed me on the news.
Luckily I had dropped in to see him about a month ago, and on that particular day he was quite talkative, but not at all cognizant. I actually sat around and laughed with him for about half an hour that day, ...
... of not reading maps too well.... In this case I was not reading a map which might've been the true source of the problem-- I was just going by the map in my head. Hah.... not a good plan... mind, when we saw sign that we were near Hamilton, Denis even wondered how the heck that happened-- true exploring, that's all.
We walked a bit of a beach on Lake Erie-- much smaller rocks and shells and a warning that the water was not safe to swim in-- lovely sand, ...
... students on a field trip. It's things like this that make a road trip special and memorable. This one was. Lots of pictures are on the way and we'll be posting them on TravelPod.com as well. We'll be back on the road bright and early Friday, heading for home and probably talking about where to go next. It's been great having you all along for the ride!
Dave And Paul ...
On February 27, 2014, we said goodbye to our family and went to Pete and Dinie Twynstra's to catch our bus to Toronto. We drove bye our house on the way to the 401 and on the picture you can see what the weather looked like. It was quite a blizzard and 401 was closed due to accidents around Woodstock. We did finally get to Toronto, but not in time to make our flight. We were fortunate that all 26 of us could catch another flight to New York where we stayed in a hote overnight.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services