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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... premises. Paul supplies the bait which is soaked maize and seems to work just as well as anything else.
Paul also has a boat and takes you to swims that are on the small islands in the St. Lawrence and gives you the low-down on where to fish and how deep it is etc.
... a fire and proceeded to get a little tipsy..oh well guess we were relieved and wanted to unwind. July 26th: Kids coming down for a visit and to see the trailer. All arrived and had a nice visit, went to beach. Went into Ingleside and Cornwall to look around, visited some of our old haunts and the houses we used to live in, different to see them after so many years. July 28th: Bought some extender mirrors for the truck, gives ...
The day started out bright and early when Papa Kehoe woke Ian from his slumber to accompany Mama Kehoe to the Oink Oink Farm to pick up the entertainment and dinner for the evening, Babe. After preparing the BBQ, the cooking began promptly at 930am. Six hours later and twelve 180 degree turns later Babe was ready (I can't believe I'm writing about this, but Ian tells me I have no choice).
... baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals, the alley is now run by his son, Wally Smith, and Mr. Small. The bowling alley has been a part of the Massena community since 1940. With brightly colored bowling balls and chairs it has a cozy feel. Both models, Amanda and Katie, had shots taken at the alley. Amanda showed off a cute casual top that glistened in the photos and Katie wore a pencil skirt, cute top, and some stylish accessories. Not ...
... because it’s where I trained as an air traffic controller (only then, it was called the Transport Canada Training Institute and was located in Ottawa in the basement of an abandoned school that could accommodate only 16 people). The guy that gave me a tour of this ultra-modern facility full with state-of-the-art simulators (and capable of accommodating/housing 520 people), was in Ottawa with me 38 years ago – now, he’s an ATC ...