Weider Lodge - Blue Mountain Resort
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... we arrived, the bacon was gone and some of the other things pretty limited. We back-filled with some Tim Horton's down the road!!
We traveled through some resort towns, Peterbough and Ollila. I, again, did not take a lot of pictures. I did notice some interesting names of towns: Ompah, Omemee, and the most interesting: Sexsmith!! Not to be confused with Sexsmith, Alberta!!
On a long stretch of Trans-Canada HWY 7 ...
The boys and I came up a day later than James, hoping that the boat would be all ready to go! We made a day of getting to Penetanguishene...stopping to see Opa's grave in Beaverton, playing at an awesome park in Orillia, and the Enchanted Castle in Midland (cute little park with all these little houses depicting fairy tales).
We pulled into the town dock at about 4:30...and saw the mast was not up. :( It turns out there was too much wind to get it put ...
The warm leather couch in my Mom's has always been a safe place to crash but for some reason it just isn't keeping me relaxed tonight. I winder what could possibly be stressing me out...maybe it's the fact
I LEAVE FOR CHINA IN JUST OVER A DAY!!!
John, my teacher China buddy, mentioned in his blog tonight that it feels like just yesterday we were planning ...
... on the Thames and sat on the top of the double decker bus and got our bearings and jumped off to see Big Ben, Westminster Abbey . Just looked at everything briefly .. plan on returning on Sunday to go inside. We went back to our hotel after a bit of a mixup on the Tube. All in all.. we collapsed in bed after 36 hours of staying awake. Im pretty sure we were a bit delirious. :) ...
... br> Small blacksmith shop, a wood steaming over to allow wood to be shaped to fit properly over a curved hull form, the Adjutant's house (a Sergeant promoted to Lieutenant for bravery during the War of 1812 and eventually a prominent local citizen ... I suspect that the Brits simply didn't know what else to do with him as he couldn't have bought a commission, so keeping him as adjutant of an out of the way naval base made a lot of sense ...)