Knights Inn - Lundy'S Lane
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Odometer reading: 19,156 miles Happy 11th Anniversary To Us!
States visited: Michigan, New York + Canadian Provinces visited: Ontario
Hawaiians have this word "ohana" which means "family," not just the family you are born with, but I think it means the spirit of love and support of a community. I feel surrounded by ohana on this ride! Everyone has been so welcoming and friendly--it's like RUSH riders really are a ...
... Jeep and get on the road again. It's a really short drive (in North American terms) to get to Niagara Falls from Toronto. Just over an hour. We've just parked at the hotel and went for a wander as we can't check in until 4pm. It's beautiful weather and the falls are breathtaking. As I write this, we are sat on a park bench looking over at Niagara Falls. Even though we're a good distance away, there is still a gentle spray from the falls which is refreshing in the heat.
... The whole boat journey lasted around 20 minutes and then we were back, wandering back towards the falls to meet up with the others coming from the Behind the Falls experience. After an hour waiting we decided they should be finished and went looking for the other group of 5, finding them after a while of wandering around.
We traipsed back to the car and headed for home, stopping for a few last glimpses of the incredible witness to God's power in the thundering falls. ...
... and down on the floor. Met another ****** couple from Melb so now I share my time between the Qlders and the Vics. I was doing some laps of the viewing platform taking photos of the places I had photographed at street level. I zoomed around to the right to rush straight into the men's toilets and shirt fronted a poor man exiting. Embarrassed I explained I thought it was a 360 degree platform. Oh he said it still ...
Very lazy day today. The rain and wind was out so we took advantage of the conditions and had a rest day. Watched movies by the fireplace and chilled out. We decided to sample a canadian delicacy for lunch, a Beavers Tail! No it's not a real beaver's tail but a type of pastry. It can be eaten plain or with a sweet topping. I ordered the Avalanch Beaver Tail (cheesecake topping) and michael had the Triple Treat (peanut butter, m n ...