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... veil falls, find a good view, and make it down to the beach on Providence Bay.
The other somewhat interest sites were driving across s. Ontario towards London. There were a couple of nice spots (and quite a lot of dislike for windmills) that way. Along the lake (Erie) we also went in search of cheese and honey.
We are currently on a very long highway on the way to the beach! James did a fantastic job of getting us out if the city, onto a huge flyover. At least with lots of traffic there is someone to follow!! Boy done good! We have named the car Bruce as his reg is ...
... immigration to come onto Canadian soil for customs and immigration purposes. We were asleep again
As is our usual, we took a secondary, rather than the main highway. When we got off the bridge, we thought we would just start checking on hotels. Guess what? There aren't any hotels along that route -- go figure. so that brings us to Simcoe and it was not easy. Everything was full due to last kick at the can for students.
Tomorrow we ...
... the end.... he invited us all in and cooked us up some fresh fish he had caught. He cooked two types and taught us how to do it. He took us to his theatre room and put a movie on for us, which had the most incredible sound ever, he gave us drinks and made us feel like family. His wife came home to a house full of stangers and sat down with us to try some of the fish also. We were there until they had to leave to take their son to hockey.... NICEST people EVER!!!
It was a great day.
... Uruguay and Bolivia were old skeleton type keys. As we moved north from there, they looked like our keys here.
It was interesting to see the key shops with rows of skeleton keys, where here, you might be hard pressed to find one of these keys.
Men and women, tourists and locals, wore jeans in every type of weather, even the extreme heat and humidity.
Ladies did not wear shorts except at the beach in Peru. They would wear knee length skirts, capris or ...