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July 14th - day 71
Today we gifted Matt with Marmite (a
small token for all the help he's been to us here in Toronto) and
headed out. We mainly needed to do laundry so went to a campground
south of Ottawa (In Johnstown) which is our next stop. The Grenville Park Campground
was very nice, scenic, lots for the kids. On the down side the
showers were $1 a pop, laundry was ...
... in speed. We skirted the metropolitan area using the 407 toll road. I had packed Subway sandwiches the night before, so we stopped at one of the picnic areas next to an OnRoute to rest and eat.
We were in Cornwall by early evening at the Comfort Inn. This hotel was in desperate need of an update. In simpler words, it was a dump, in my opinion. The paper was peeling off the walls and there was some mould in the ...
We certainly think that we captured the essence of Massena, NY and hope that you find it as beautiful as we did. A special thank you to everyone in Massena who was involved in the shoot. We are so proud to be a part of your community and genuinely thank you for everything that you have done to make our stay memorable. Tomorrow it is on to Granbury, TX where the weather is hot and the longhorns are grazing. We can't wait to start shooting again!
... is not tourist friendly (at least Mexico, Cuba, St Maarten, etc have bilingual signs enticing visitors, NOT here!) - it was frustrating and became stressful. ALL of the travel information and service centers are closed for the year; the cost of fuel is double compared to the USA’s 65 cents - its $1.10 per liter in Quebec, THEN, it turned into a cold/wet ...
... towns and small communities. And of course, there are lots of symbols of patriotism (flags, banners, signs and colors of red, white & blue). Fences, motorcycles and vehicles are painted RW&B and some even have 'Ole Glory' flags flapping from their bumpers. The New England Patriots (football) are the favorite sports team.
NEW HAMPSHIRE: Their motto is "Live Free or Die"
The drive through New Hampshire was very short but ...