Spring Garden Inn Motel
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... few days. Thursday she spend most of the day sleeping and not able to go to the bathroom. She spent most of the time on our laps since we could see that she was not herself. I had a feeling that she would pass on during the night, while sleeping, but she ended up having a massive convulsion at about 10pm. She was barking, crying, foaming at the mouth and had deficate herself. We took her to a local emergency room vet clinic about 40 minutes away ...
... we went through Rhode
Island, stopping for lunch at a park (not the nicest area but safe
enough as long as we ate in sight of the RV) and onto Jellystone Park
in Sturbridge MA. The plan was two days here to recharge and shower
again. They have two pools, one free and one paid plus a few other
activities which we'll do tomorrow. It was hot enough to swim as very
hot so a few of us did in free pool while the rest of us enjoyed the
air conditioning ...
... was just right, in fact, a little too quick. I prefer to spend more time smelling the roses. But, it worked out fine. We only paid for 3 places to stay and the rest were all "dry-docked" which did not cost us anything. Those were either at Walmart, truck stops or gas stations. The places we paid to stay were RV parks where we could dump our tanks, get fresh water and take real showers.
Over the 10 days of travel, we drove about 3,000 miles, spent ...
... week with those we love.
We had the honour of being invited to the Royal St. George's College 50th anniversary bash by my former boss Steve, then combined a Toronto furniture run with a Go Freddie Go concert at the old Chick n Deli so we are still in touch with the Toronto crowd. The spring has also provided lots of opportunities to reconnect with our old Ridley pals.
We even managed to squeeze in one more consulting job to top up the travel fund ...
... them by then can you? You would miss out on the local flavor – so to speak. Holy Donut was in central Portland and fortunately, not far off the highway we were traveling to Massachusetts. Portland is a nice looking town with lots of historical buildings and interesting shops. We found Holy Donut in one of these old buildings. It has a few tables and serves local teas and donuts of lots of incredible flavors. We selected an old ...