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Travel Blogs from Cobourg
... do in the fall. And, it is time!
The desk people are very nice and the continental breakfast is ample.
It says on the welcome sign for the little port city, that it is "Ontario's Feel Good Town!" Marketing genius I'm telling, genius!!
... morning we took our last shower for awhile (sigh), topped off our water tank, and said goodbye to our good friends as we left St. Catharines and headed for Ottawa. In Burlington, about 30 miles up the road, we had a bird's eye view of a huge freighter going through a drawbridge when traffic was stopped right in front of us. We made it through the huge metropolis ...
In addition, I was finally able to catch up on some Canadian-version movies...the animated favorites "Tim Horton Hears a Who" and "How to Train Your Mountie", plus the baseball flick "Monopoly Moneyball".
That's all for today...tomorrow we're off to the wild Canadian North, where I learn to value the ...
... the brakes and transmission every couple of years (not to mention all the problems with ice and snow and freezing temperatures).
But in the end, we made it, and the weather is great...70's and low 80's at most, and no rain so far. Michelle's happy, of course.
Tomorrow we get to chill in Newcastle and hang out with the family...then it's time to pack up and head out west.
Song for the day: "This is Home" by Switchfoot
Sunday must have sensed we needed a slow process to let go of our new Toronto family as the day dawned dull and quiet. We dined on David's awesome fluffy pancakes and Shelby's increasingly upmarket fruit salad (today's version included pomegranite).
The kids decided swimming in near arctic lake water had been wizard yesterday and wanted another go. All four spent a considerable amount of time engaged in ...