Scottish Inns Potsdam
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... suggested a place called Goodies that she had eaten just once before.
We found the place after a short drive with a full parking lot so that looked promising. We seated ourselves, ordered and talked and talked and talked. Well, Sheree and the girls talked and Ted sat there and listened and ate. What's new? We found out that Sister McCormies was from Thatcher, AZ. Small world. All the girls had a concoction of hash browns, peppers, sausage, ...
I was met at Montreal airport by Lisa Hunt. Lisa and her husband Paul run Canadian Carpin'
I had a great week, catching 21 Carp for a total weight of 386lb-7oz in the 5 days I fished.
I had never caught a Carp over 28lb before and on day 3 I managed to push this up to 29lbs. Day four was even ...
... working to find a starter problem, which was just below the turbo and I cannot believe how he could have missed all of the rotten brackets that were sitting just on top of it. This conversation I will have with them when we return to Ontario. Although I think I will go over to General RV or Freightliner to check the electrics and the electronics, because when we are boon docking we want to be sure we can get going in the morning.
Next, back to the ...
... sight lines behind. Packed up the rig to get ready to head home, again a learning experience but no major goof-ups. Had to stop at dumping station, again a first, but all went well, learned to use rubber gloves!!! Rig much lighter when tanks empty! Stopped for lunch in Merrickville, what a big rig to park, never hit anything but had to park way down by fairgrounds. Pleasant drive home no problems, parked, unloaded and relaxing by ...
... s only internationally recognized training facility for pilots, flight service specialists, electronic technologists, operations specialists, engineers, technical support personnel, meteorologists, administrative staff and management. I visited here because it’s where I trained as an air traffic controller (only then, it was called the Transport Canada ...