Rock Ledge Motel
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January 9, 2015: One of the faculties of the university had organized a trip to a hockey game for us. For the Dutchies, hockey is not field hockey here, it is ice hockey and this difference in naming is completely self-explanatory after having lived here for 2 weeks, during which temperature was above zero for maybe 24 to 48 hours in total.
The game that I went to was between the Frontenacs (the local team of Kingston) and Oshawa. Literally having zero knowledge of hockey up ...
... We entered the lines for the Thousand Island Bridge at about noon. At about 1:00 we finally got on the bridge and crossed to Wellesley Island. On the island, we noticed a tall tower and decided to climb to the top -- well, the kids wanted to climb to the top. Turns out the stairs are only for emergency use: you have to use an elevator. The kids and I ...
June 30-July 3: Unofficial campout with the Bytowners. Still had the same camping spot, same neighbours, Andy and Maria. We had suggested that everybody wear a funny hat at the Happy Hour and that turned out to be a great idea. Lots of laughter by all. ...
... in sports, so I think I'll just stick to holding an oar that’s fixed in place by a rigger and can’t cause anyone any injuries.
Whilst chatting, a fifteen-year-old who wanted to hear an English accent came over, but with Elle's Yorkshire accent and my Shropshire lilt she wasn't in for the archetypal sound. She asked about British fashion, but we explained it's probably best not to ask backpackers ...
... overnight, parking meters being removed, summer cottages being boarded up and the many boats of all sizes and jet-skis being shrink-wrapped. No luck for Tim again. Lots of fish but none worth keeping. The day has not finished yet though for fishing, but the 7 degree maximum sends us back to the car and home for left over chicken sandwiches. As the sun began to set, Tim and Tara braved the elements and tried again to catch an edible fish. No luck, but Tim decided ...