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... anything red to wear with them.
Later this afternoon, we drove out the Karen and Mortimer's house for a pre-fireworks barbeque. I hadn't seen Mortimer in years, so it was nice to meet up with him again. I'd never met Katelyn and would have sworn she was at least 17 by her poise and appearance, rather than her actual age of barely 15. Like her brother, she's smart and athletic and completely charming. (And drop-dead gorgeous, but ...
... streets of Toronto.
The morning brought a mutant cousin of Jack Frost:Sleet or freezing rain. I know what you're thinking... Isn't that just hail then? Apparently not! This nasty little concoction of mother nature is basically rain falling from the clouds and as soon as it hits anything it turns to ice. This leads to an eventual, centimeters thick, sheet on Úverything. I really didn't get the big deal at first. This is Canada! You practically have the abominable ...
... to Cape Cod. Just before the border of New Hampshire, still in Maine, we had a throughly enjoyable lunch on the waterfront. Once again it's the people and their exceptional service that will bring back the memories. Snow right to the ocean front on the left with beautiful big English style 3 storey weatherboard homes painted in pastel colours to the right interwoven with lakes and floating frost. It was well worth the drive, Mum and Dad say it's right up there with the most ...
... joined us for dinner, and as usual Nicole had prepared a feast! Zozo was ready for bed after the appetizers we enjoyed in the garden.
Our last day in Canada was packed with last minute shopping and meetings with old friends. We were lucky to see the Jacobs for lunch, oodles of friends poured through Tequila bookworm to hear and share stories about our adventure and many years between our last meetings.
... travel above ground and see more of the city. I'm glad I took this advice, it's pretty cool, the streetcar actually starts underground in the subway, then travels up and out into the street. It's the largest street car system in North America in terms of ridership, length of the tracks and the number of cars used, and over 52 million commuters use it each year. This took me right through the heart of Chinatown and then I only had to walk a couple streets to get to ...
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