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Travel Blogs from Alexandria Bay
We enjoyed the mooring (actually at a dock next to the locks, but Canadian's call it a mooring) at Davis Locks so much we decided to stay Saturday night. The locks and marina's can be busy on the weekends and since we had a prime location at the end of the dock, we stayed and kayaked, swam, and watched the lock operations through the warm ...
Another boring travel day ... overnighted in Kingston, and saw Fort Henry, another major British stronghold to protect British North American from Cousin Johnathon.
The Fort was quite interesting, and Kingston seemed really nice ... it has a lot of old limestone buildings dating back to the late 19th century, but I didn't have time to see it other than to drive through on the way to the Fort. Hopefully I can spend some time there on the ...
... of Quebec, which I didn't drive into, the highway diverged from the river and was no longer so scenic. I made a navigational error as I neared Montreal (which I really feared - the GPS didn't work in Canada and all signs were in French) and I spent a long time on back roads until I worked out where I was. I had to turn at these lights, actually:
Then I was able to get onto the Interstate to take me ...
... cruises of Europe -- but pretty interesting and beautiful in its own right.
From Merrickville we headed to Brockville before coming back to camp. We were unable to easily find a place to park so just drove some of the Water Route, Brockville being on the St. Lawrence. Lots of historical homes and buildings in this town as well. This area is teeming with history to be sure -- not quite as old as many places in the Maritimes ...
... into the icy waters of Lake Ontario. There must be something about daughters' husbands trying to make an impression by diving into freezing waters. As we lucked out again on the fish and chips we headed off to the local diner for prime rib on the bone and roast beef and gravy sandwiches. Back to the cottage for red wine and cards before hitting the sack on a freezing night - the coldest of the season to date. After cleaning out the fridge for breakfast we ...
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