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Today we were booked on a city tour and it was perfect weather for doing it. We started at Bellevue House, which was the home for Sir John A MacDonald for a short time. It is now the best example of an Italianate Villa in Kingston. He was certainly quite a man and had such a profound impact on us as a nation.
We then went to the Kingston Penitentiary. It ...
We then went to the dock and boarded a sternwheeler for a 3 hour cruise through the 1000 islands. That is their name but there are actually 1800 islands and they all have summer "cottages" if you can call them that. Many are very grandiose, up to 7500 sq. ft. More like mini castles than cottages. Once one is owned it stays in the family for generations and is rarely sold. It was thoroughly relaxing and we just sat back and enjoyed the ...
... for 4 hours though (including walking tour) really tired us out so we were happy to return home for a relaxed evening of fresh green beans, homemade pesto thanks to Toni, our host in Sandpoint, and Masa Rice. Yum. Sometimes I miss our annual summer feasts from bounty from our garden back in California. The trade off is these incredible experiences of the journey. Note on the power house display board: Beauty and style, a ...
We've been back and forth to Golden Lake Camp four times this year - for Frederick. Frederick went to camp twice this year (so there and back - twice each).
We'll be back and forth to Golden Lake Camp again.. so total for this summer will be six times.. lol
We're not complaining though.. Golden Lake Camp is a great camp.. offers lots of fun activities ...
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There are 21 National Historic Sites of Canada located in Kingston. Kingston has the third largest number of National Historic Sites within its boundaries of any city in Ontario, after Ottawa and Toronto.