Residence Inn Toronto Mississauga/Meadowvale
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Friday I start my trip from our home to Orillia, Ontario to meet up with a group of other riders for a three day two night ride.
Will be leaving home at 0700 and should make it to the first meeting point of Orillia, Ontario around 0900 to meet up with the rest of the team. Then the adventure will begin.
Pictures of the trip to follow.............
... home fries , toast n jam and lashings of coffee, gotta fill up on the inside to keep the cold out obviously. Got chatting to our server and she asked us where we came from, when we told her she said her surname was Swyre and that her family (years back) came from a place in Dorset with that name, small world eh, half hr down the road from Blandford! Anyway after that we braved the weather and made our way to the CN tower ready for the opening at 10am. I may have ...
... the post in the gallery.
I finally returned to my hotel about 7pm pretty tired though and a bit over it. I had planned to walk down Yonge Street and to the CN tower. Instead I went to the roof of the hotel and attempted some shots of various views.
I enjoyed Canada, and my only regret was not having more time to spend there. I coped fine being alone for six days but ...
... of lots of clutter and I was able to make a few dollars to spend on the trip. My DD spent the previous evening baking tons of brownies to sell, plus she decided to sell her Monster High Dolls (at age 12, dolls are no longer "cool"). Well, her hard work paid off, and she made enough (combined with her birthday money) to buy a mini iPad, which she is going to "lend" me for the trip!
Today I spent the day cooking for my family to ease the ever-present working Mom guilt because ...
... times around the world, enough medications for whatever I may come down with in China, and enough books to build a small library with on the plane.
Trying to fill up two big suitcases with stuff is easier than you think when you figure that we have to bring ALL the resources we will need to teach for a month with us.
Kristie (my partner in crime for this trip) and I have spent the ...