The Guest Rooms At Jones & Jones Ltd. Antiques
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- Easy drive but really didn't get far?!..despite explicit instructions I managed to get turned around ( ie lost)leaving Kitchener just as I did entering it!!!...not an easy "on/ off" from 401!!
- Mindless TV ....fits my mood tonight!!
... over breakfast - and if anyone had managed to try 'a little of everything’ then they simply would not have made it out through the door. I guess this was “continental - plus a full lunch and half of dinner as well.”
Sadly however, ‘the road’ can be a hard mistress. Despite our natural desire to hang out at the Rocking Horse Inn for another day our “expected progress” line was drifting west, and so ...
... This year's festival takes place this coming weekend. It looks like it will be a great time!
I can't believe we are getting so close! We have traveled 888 miles with only 277 miles to go.
That is 1,429 km down and 446 km to go!
I hope that you have a WONDERFUL first week of Grade Two. I am thinking about you and your family this week. Thanks for being you. ...
I started the day with a drive from Youngstown, OH to lovely Punderson State Park. By the way, state parks are awesome-- each one has its own lovely surprise, plus at Punderson I got a free chocolate chip cookie from the Punderson Porch ladies, plus a beautiful hike and a hot shower for free. It turns out that staying clean on the road is ...
... This time, I had fried pickles and popcorn so I wasn't distracted by hunger. I really enjoyed his kind, positive spirit and his pride for his town. The demolition rally obstacle course was set up on the town's high school football field. They had brought in dirt for hills and logs for obstacles, and sprayed it all down to make everything muddy. There was a giant tractor tire in the middle for the trucks to tow across the finish line. It was entertaining ...