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... me in the stadium.
We hugged each other lost in the love of mother and daughter, best friends.
A month has passed since that amazing weekend. I feel a renewed sense of why I am here in Bermuda. With the arrival (finally) of the Ontario summer I have been sad about giving up my
entire summers at the cottage with my mother. Making summer memories with my Mum has been a driving force in my life the last 7 years. I think she understands why I ...
... in our community, Natalie. She fell in love with Cruise at their first meeting. Cruise was definitely a "ladies man". LOL
Last May Lara and I made a visit to Bermuda, and as you know from my previous 2 blog entries that trip paved the way for my return to the island. I knew this decision would further change our summer tradition.
It was also a difficult decision for me to make because of Cruise. I felt it ...
... we all finished lunch. Interesting talk about travel, and I wanted to make a note that one recommended a web site called The Man in Seat 61, which is a fabulous site on train travel absolutely anywhere.
I just saw the worst face lift ever! Yikes.
The two couples I was talking to obviously have a lot more money than I ever will, so I won’t be following a lot of their tips.
The biggest disappointment for me ...
... of the oldest traditions is that women were dunked if they gossipped too much! St. George does a daily "dunking" as a tradition for tourists.
After a relaxing sleep, we grabbed breakfast, gathered all of our stuff together, and headed for Bermuda. We waited in line for the ferry and luckily we were in the front part of the line because they allowed about 30 or so people behind us to get on, but beyond that, they had to wait for the next ferry, which was about an hour or so later.
It was a nice 20-minute ride to Hamilton and then we got off and just rambled around a ...