Glen House Resort
Travel Blogs from Gananoque
... to consider. The feeling of wanting to make decision but worried that I might offend or upset someone else...
My tailbone really hurts when I tried to do core exercises.
This really sucks. Why couldn't I walk the stairs properly. Damn it.
... IT WAS AWESOME :D I had 2 servings. OMG I have to learn how to make it.
Bottom layer, apple slices brown sugar cinnamon and lemon juice.
Top layer, flour oats and butter (just cut them in)
I will make it again when im back in SG!
Will be having free* BBQ later. YAY
Made a lot of brave decisions this weekend. Will be having a busy time starting next week.
I am sorry ...
... when she went through we could sneak through as well. And that’s what we did. By this manouver we were able to get to Jones Falls locks for their first lock through at 10. Jones Falls is another flight lock made up of four locks in succession. The process goes fairly quickly. It took about an hour to do the four locks. It’s tiring, though, with a lot of boat and line handling. We went up three more ...
... s Marsh (if there were a channel through St. John’s Marsh). The next part was like Black River upriver from the country club, only a bit deeper (but not by much). Then we went through farm country with cow pastures and cornfields. The channels are narrow but very well marked. So well, in fact, that a chart is almost unnecessary.
Our first set of locks was a flight of three. Flight locks are where the lock opens ...
... dung pile, but when a Black Rat snake eerily stuck its head and about a foot of its body out of a hole in the wall I was cold with fear. Elle and Nils assured me that that they weren’t venomous, but that their bite would definitely hurt. There was no need to warn me really, as I wasn’t planning on going anywhere near him; I wouldn’t hurt a snake, but I’ve no intention of getting too close to one either, venomous or not.