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... looking forward to the next adventure....but that won’t be for quite some time!
Here’s to love, hope, family, friends and Mother Earth. It’s so great to be back!
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” - Mark Twain
... love to see lakes and water falls and this was no exception. Then we drove through a few parks along the Lake Superior and did a short walk. We can't complain about not getting our exercise today. I'll get my oil changed in the morning and then we'll continue heading east. Our first stop will be at the Terry Fox monument. It is just a short distance east from where he had to stop his cross Canada run. He is definitely one of our ...
... south of the river...it's about 20 cents per liter cheaper (sorry, litre).
But back to the play-by-play now...we picked up a couple of subs in town and then made our way towards the imposing mountain overlooking the city. On the way, I was thrown off course by road work for the first time. My planned route was blocked because of a bridge fire that happened almost a full year ago. Fortunately, we found a good detour and made it to the overlook. ...
... and cheese perogie. It was ok but I think it would be better with toppings. We found a man who was selling native herbs used for therapeutic reasons. I purchased mint for my stomach upsets and blueberry for my poor circulation. It was really interesting to talk to him about different herbs used by the First Nation and how they can help. Lunch was a chicken salad rap and I got to my first taste of another Canadian treat called a Persian. A Persian is ...
... was based on. A young Canadian army officer from Winnipeg (hence he name Winnie) bought, for $20, a young bear cub as his train passed through the station. The bear was then taken as a pet over seas to live with the army personnel. When the young officer could no longer keep the cub he turned HER over to the London Zoo. She lived to be 20 years old and was a very beloved attraction ...