Sir Sam's Inn & Waterspa
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Well our year of "Great Adventure" is coming to an end and Danny and I would like to thank all of you for sharing our journey with us. We had a blast taking pictures and writing commentary to share with you. Your comments and encouragement made us feel close to home even though we were many miles away. We have been ...
... theatre so we headed along and sat on the damp benches with a few other families. Tom was not terribly keen on going and as the mozzies started to bite and the Service began slowly by listening quietly to some weird, hippy type chanting about waking in the woodland we began to think he was right! After the music had finished, the Reverand, who was a young woman called Jen, asked everyone to introduce themselve and say where they were from. We ...
... Muriel Crawford.
The layout of the course this year was considered the most challenging yet, incorporating more natural gates than previously. The harmonious use of the natural environment is of course what distinguishes the sport from its older, less interesting cousin, lawn croquet. One of two of the less capable players were even heard muttering words like "little trees", "gravity", ...
... be Big Hairy Ass.
Anyway, over the years it has gone from boys club house to guest cabin. When we redid the bedroom walls inside the main cabin,the demo debris got nailed on the walls of the BHA, along with some bug screens and it became habitable.
Summer 2014 marks the re birth of the BHA. May 24 we gutted the insides back to bare studs and have transformed it into luxury cottage square footage. Hence the 3 coats ...
So this weekend, we packed up our hiking gear, put all our clothes in garbage bags, got on a bus with a bunch of other members of the McMaster outdoor club, and spent 4 hours travelling north to Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario.
We were spending the weekend on a backcountry canoe, portage trip. Yay!!
The bus ride was fun. We made new friends and spent a bunch of time playing games with some English people who we got along with well INSTANTLY. They understood our jokes and ...