The Waterside Inn
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... restaurant meal yet. We ate inside the car as, although the sun was bright, it was only 39 degrees Fahrenheit.
We crossed the border into Canada at 1:50 pm and 6 degrees Celsius. The border crossing we had was the best ever!
I honestly am not sure what time exactly we made it back to Mississauga. All I know was I was so pleased to get out of the car. The 401 journey seemed ...
... coming home?’
How often do we take the time to remember the human beings behind these guns and rifles, these tanks and airplanes and the civilians killed?
Today, on the on the 11th day of the 11th month of the year we do remember all of them. Consciously.
Today, we stand still for a minute, we take time out from the busy daily routine, we put away our phones ...
... we were not here for that we decided to go straight on the hop on hop off bus and go on a cruise around lake Ontario and have a look around Toronto's exciting hot spots, we also wanted to know where the entrance to Union Station was as we have to be on the train on Friday morning as this part of the leg will be all train, we leave Toronto and get to Montreal hop off that train and then onto the over night train to the Maritime's and Halifax.
So this will be a ...
... few things we need from there. Next stop is booster juice so I can get my fruits in today and then finally Krispy Kreme where Jim orders 1.5 dozen regular and 6 fancies. We program GyPSy for the last destination of the night – 485 Dundurn St. S. in Hamilton.
Our intention is to get to bed a bit earlier, perhaps sleep in a while longer tomorrow and then see what the day holds for us. I invite you to come along to where ever the spirit takes ...
... cooking on the braai (barbeque). Suddenly, Diana yells at me “There’s a bear!” Sure enough a full grown black bear had circled around behind us, and interestingly from UPWIND, and was now approaching us from downwind as he zeroed in on the no doubt enticing smell of our sizzling burgers. He started in
from about 40 metres out and came determinedly up the scent trail licking his lips. We banged the table, waved our arms, shouted and did all the things one ...