River Gate Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... t it be nice to bond with your neice?” Barry actually thinks that this is a good idea. Neither of us has our phone in the house but we will give Barry the phone number so that he can arrange something with Lesleigh’s mom.
It is now around 10:00 p.m. We need to get going. It is still another hour or so till we get back to the city and my sister’s place. We gather our things together and say goodbye to Mother. Barry gathers up ...
... have been gone this morning.” Whatever the reason for the traffic, it is of no consequence to us. As we drive we decide that the buns we purchased earlier at the bakery will make a nice addition to a coffee date. We get into the flow and soon we are on the gravel road just about at Fred and Christine’s. We turn down a road that looks familiar but I am not entirely sure but as we get closer we have the right place. We stop the truck ...
... that I hadn't seen however was having a fit because I didn't want to go to Europe in March! We decided to try our luck with the Australian visa went through the embassy site (which was much less expensive than the place the travel agent told us to go through) we took hours filling it out taking pictures of our mortgage documents, his permanent residents card, his drivers license, his passport... pretty much his whole private life! After that he ran downstairs and I decided ...
... more rested. Our first destination was the Prairie Dog Central Railway which since it was a holiday Monday they had a steam engine pulling some vintage carriages leaving at 11:00am. We managed to get photos All American/Canadian engines have bells as well as whistles.
Next stop was an ice hockey practice rink, we could go into one of the five to see some practice. Quite noisy with the puck hitting the side fences with some force. As we were leaving we saw some 9 year olds ...
... somewhere. We headed along the highway and reached Truro and found a "Thrift Shop". It was quite funny as I went up to these two guys who were emptying a charity bin and asked them where to put the stuff but they were “intellectually challenged” but managed to point around a corner. Jenny carried the big box and I had the small tent box into the building and all the workers just stood around watching Jenny struggled with the box as they didn't know what to ...