Knights Inn Woodstock
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... playground so the younger kids could have played vs bouncing around like fleas on a dog (assuming fleas bounce vs snuggling in under their armpits). Amie struck up conversation with the Mayor of Montague who assured her our kids were well behaved. And told us where to get ice cream.
I'm exhausted. Someone from BC called me at 2 am (and hung up when I answered). And my afternoon nap was interrupted by the owner of the cottage dropping by.
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Steve and Sheila, you are great travelling buddies. Some of our most memorable trips have been with the Palmers. May we have many more adventures. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have enjoyed making it. ...
Farmers fields stretching back from the St Lawrence in long lean strips, like a precision log cabin quilt in batik colors of russet, tan, emerald, and copper. Old wooden barns in various states of repair and use, all with their walk up ramps for easy access at milking time. Black and white dairy cows, right out of a Dawna Barton painting, remind us of where the goodness comes from. We lost count of how many silos and dairy "Fermes" and boutique ...
... hike down and then back up a very steep hill but still no luck on seeing any seals. We had been told that there was a naturalist at another site that could help us and answer all of our questions about seals and all the other animals in the park. We found our way over to the area and found about 2 dozen school children, a few other hikers and tourists and the naturalist. We took our binoculars and studied the waters and sure enough we found quite ...
... but it was clean and functional and suited the purpose.
Near by is Hartland, New Brunswick, the home of the longest covered wooden bridge in the world so we drove up to have a look and a drive across. These types of bridges were considered scandalous in the olden days, because couples would take the opportunity for a kiss when driving across in the horse and buggy, unseen by most. The bridge is about 100 years old and though it's made of wood, the foundations ...