The Ship Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ship Motel Alexandria Bay
Nice little party
town during the weekend I would imagine. Not to busy @ during the first Monday of the month. Good food. In bed by 10 pm.
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... little wine and beer.. Haha!
As our first day there progressed, we were joined by Bob's brother Don and his wife Sheila. (Don, also known as "curly"). I am usually referred to as "curly Sue" by everyone. We have also known Don and Sheila from their visits to Vancouver Island.
Let the fun begin! We were given a great tour of Brockville and surrounding area. Just a great city!! ...
It was a long day in the car - 11 hours cramped with the dogs - and always a 50 pound lapdog on me...but we were in good spirits....until we got to Watertown NY....where the hotels were scary and dirty....we finally found on that was sooooo old...but it worked. We will be home tomorrow and I am happy for ...
... as well. Had a blast playing dice and partying around the fire with our new friends Friday night! Barry got a little tipsy but had an awesome time. Also met Sheri and Tim, and Kenny and his wife. Super people! Saturday turned out to be a beautiful day, we went on a small hike and chill axed most the day! Was raining for pull out Sunday, and very cold! Had a great ...
... bridge and headed for Alexandria Bay, where we took a boat trip billed as the "Two Nations Boat Tour", which took us a ways up the St. Lawrence River and back to Heart Island and Boldt Castle. It rained lightly for the first half of the boat trip, but then stopped raining. Of course, we were already damp by then. However, we greatly enjoyed exploring ...
A little weeding in the morning was necessary before us Wwoofers headed over to a friend of Emily's for a horseshoe-throwing party. None of us had heard of this pastime before, but apparently it’s incredibly popular here, so much so that Peter and Shirley have a 'pit’ in their garden and they have people over every Tuesday evening to practise. I wish I’d known we were fodder in the great horseshoe ...