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... told by a few people that it was a
good place to visit. So we headed there to go see Fort George. This
fort was involved in battle heavily in 1812 when they fought with the
fort across the way in Buffalo, New York. We only had an hour until
they closed so it was a speed visit. But it wasn't super busy and so
we were able to see all the different buildings without crowds or
queuing. The people who are there to offer info, are all dressed up
... the British and French, this lonely green field is no used for concerts and events but with an imaginary mind you could picture the canons and horse here almost 200 years ago. Slowly making are way to the back of the fort then down town in Nigrara on the lake which felt a little like Pisa in Italy with the amount of tourist in the tour. Leaving the tourist meca to the golf course ( the oldest in Canada) to the lake which was a bit windy but in the distance you could see the ...
... own a horsepower that runs from 15hp to 40hp. If you have a small farm and need to mechanise more complex farming tasks, then you will need a utility tractor. Energy tractors may be found in distinctive models and offer a horsepower that varieties from 45hp to 110hp. Utility tractors are also known as diesel tractors just because diesel is typically designed to energy resource these enormous tractors. There is also a lot of farming implements that could be that come ...
So, we thought yesterday was cold, we were wrong... It was 1'C this morning at 8am! Before leaving Toronto we walked downtown to visit the Hockey Hall of Fame. Canadians are crazy hockey fans, so the exhibit was very comprehensive! It was similar to the Basketball Hall of Fame with a special area dedicated to all the Hall of Fame inductees. We got to see the Stanley Cup, they have the real thing locked up in a vault every night! Lots of history associated ...
... to the CN Tower and I just pulled in. I chose underground, because it gave me some privacy to change out of my riding apparel into something much lighter. It was going to be another hot day. To my surprise, I scored an 'early bird' $8 all day (till 6PM) parking slot. I was warned that parking in downtown Toronto is going to 'cost me an arm and a leg'. I guess it pays to get up early after all. As I set out to search for some breakfast, the ...