Ponderosa Nature Resort
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... since my departure as Deputy Judge Marshall returns to work next month.
Boarded c 0845, again stuck in the last row. Never before been told to leave seatbelts off [during fueling]. Mostly locals aboards, taking the cheapest and quickest way to YYZ. At least an empty seat beside me.
Downloaded pix, a bit of diary and did the customs' form. Mucked around with some of the pix should I decide to do a Blurb book. I am leaning against it for two reasons: my ...
I spent three wonderful days with family, enjoying excellent home-cooking, walks around the neighbourhood and exploring the back-roads … amazingly, there are some. One evening we followed the top of the Niagara escarpment for a fabulous view over Hamilton just as the sun was going down. The next day we went into the city for some shopping and fish and chips at ...
"You can get us a room at the Marriott!? .... For free??"
Beth and I looked at each other for a moment then shrieked with excitement. Uncle Vaughn was serious. "Yeah! But why do you want a hotel room?"
It was Sunday afternoon when we were scheming about a day-outing to Niagara that Beth suggested hiring a cheap hotel room so we could make the most of the day. We didn't really think it was a possibility. Beth and Aunty Jackie had ...
... Amazing how the family connection is there even with their strong Canadian accents. We went to cousin Bills place for dinner (they said supper!) His wife Joanna is a sweet hostess. We met and ate along with 3 of their sons- Calvin, Matthew and Gavin. Great young men. We had a really great time getting to know all these Wieskes ...
... to eat soon we decided to once and for all seek refuge in a restaurant.
The next day my friend had to be in early for work and I would be catching the bus to go to Toronto. After breaking out in a sweat trying to once again close up my suitcase I stepped outside into the cold winter: -16C and snowing. What a beauty!!!
Getting to Toronto Union Station was uneventful and smooth, the big challenge was yet to come. I had always wondered what it ...