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... Island Winery, and of course we had to bring a couple bottles home for the evening. We also drove through Point Pelee National Park, a famous bird migration route, spotting wild turkeys and a cougar. We were pretty excited to see wild things that were alive because our road kill count is over 100! So now, it's off to Michigan and then heading west towards home. Wonder what adventures we will have on the ...
... stroll". We refreshed ourselves with the locally loved Del's lemonade - a soft slushy that was sold from trucks and kiosks all over Rhode Island. It sure hit the spot! We then drove across the island to Fort Adams for a beautiful sunset. Starving after our exertions, we headed for Anthony's Seafood, a casual market renowned for cheap, cheerful and super fresh seafood. We walked up about 7pm to find ourselves facing a long lineup. Super ...
... folded down and two beds were made up -- bunks!
There was a little floor space -- but it was best if one stayed seated
on a bunk while the other was attempting to move around. Giggles all
But before we called it a day, we were
all invited for a welcome reception and "champagne" and hors
d'oeuvres. This was also our first opportunity to meet those who ...
... comes out to play. As it was we saw a turtle, lots of birds, some fish, and searched for a beaver (with no luck).
We stopped for a fresh perch dinner - which is apparently a thing - and then completed the long drive back to Guelph. Luckily we had Mark to keep us company and make the out-of-way trip a real pleasure.
National Parks = 1
Unesco Site = ...
... oh yes, an hour in... Now i'm being over the top. But anyway, its started to snow and then as we kept going we noticed the snow on the ground getting thicker and thicker and cars stranded on the sides (now don't judge me for not stopping they already had the little yellow ribbons from the police and no one was in them anymore) and the further we drove the heavier it got until the ...