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We stopped here to view shipping traffic passing through the locks. The largest ships are 1,000 feet long by 105 feet wide. These are domestic carriers too large to transit the Welland Canal that bypasses Niagara Falls and, consequently, are ...
... statue. Good food. We left in a driving rain, and I was already exhausted and SO ready to stop for the night, but we had a long way to go. I felt better after 3 cups of coffee and some poutine.
Today was not much of a sight-seeing day!
Tommorow, off to Luddinton, MI.
... an interstate. Most of the TC is not limited access, which means a lot of traffic and stoplights north of Toronto. I thought at the time that the drive to Vancouver would be unbearable...imagine driving from Atlanta to Los Angeles on a federal highway instead of interstates. Thing is, Canada is sparsely populated outside of major cities, so you could drive for 100 miles and not see civilization.
That means the drive is full of ...
... it without even putting down his cigarette.
Cancel CAA we are back on track. By now dinner reservations have been moved to 8:30 but at least we were on the move again. Thank goodness for patient friends who are willing to move the reservation around every half hour!
By 8:30ish we were meeting up with my oldest ...
... We got some drinks at a local bar and exchanged stories. Talking to him made me realize how lucky I have been; he had rain every day in Ontario, totaling nine days thus far. We returned to the campground to find Yula (I think?), a tourist from Australia who started in Vancouver, same as Dustin. She is the first solo female tourist I have met, and she is young, around my age. Most of her experience touring has been ...
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