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Travel Blogs from Kingston
... to consider. The feeling of wanting to make decision but worried that I might offend or upset someone else...
My tailbone really hurts when I tried to do core exercises.
This really sucks. Why couldn't I walk the stairs properly. Damn it.
... I want people to feel comfortable eating with me. I want them to eat more and normally. But it's kind of hard. You know what, maybe my sister's anorexia is caused by me, and now she's getting better because I'm away.
In my mind, sometime when I'm annoyed I've bad thoughts. This just sucks.
My tailbone still hurts. I hope there won't be yoga positions that will have me pressurising that area.
... when he overdid it he will get dizzy spells, I was very worried.
When we are back we will do light gym and plenty of hill climbing and recreation sports okay!
Time will fly (trying to be a time optimist). Look it is already 3 months left! I really can't wait for the day I can hug you tight again.
... calling it a day at Newboro lock # 36 at mile 87. We stopped early again, about two o’clock, to rest up and maybe do some shopping in the small town of Newboro. We biked about a half mile to town to find two restaurants and one shoe and clothing store. Kind of a dud.
We had another beautiful day, though. Charlie got a bath on deck in the warm sunshine so he’s smelling sweet again.
... another lock right away. Locks on the Trent canal were generally taller and required less flights. These locks have a smaller lift so more locks are needed to raise us the same distance. The locks in the Rideau date to the early 1800’s. They are built of limestone blocks quarried locally and are still manually operated using cranks and chains. We are going up in the locks right now. Tomorrow or Thursday we will start ...