Category Archives: August

Some Maine Sights

Our friend, Peter, lives in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, and we stopped in for a visit. He showed us around Portland, Maine; some lighthouses; and some beautiful sights. Our first stop was at Two Lights State Park at Cape Elizabeth. … Continue reading

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Boats and a Lighthouse

Thunder and rain in the morning. Once it began to let up we went to visit the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, NY. ¬†They have a huge collection of boats in several buildings. It was more interesting than I expected … Continue reading

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We’re Back!

Back in the United States. Leaving Darlington Provincial Park in Canada we headed east on Queen Elizabeth Way along the north side of Lake Ontario. This big red face invited us in. It is the World’s Largest Apple, with an … Continue reading

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Darlington

Moving day. Ugh, another hot muggy day. We left Fifty Point Conservation Area Campground by Winona, Ontario, and drove a little west and through Toronto and then east along the north shore of the Great Lake Ontario to Darlington Provincial … Continue reading

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Peaches!

The Ontario, Canada, Winona Peach Festival is on this weekend just across the highway from where we are camped. So how could we not go check it out? We went early enough to be one of the first attendees there. … Continue reading

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More Niagara Falls

A rainstorm rolled through last night, but nothing serious. However it is still hot and humid today. It should start cooling off soon, don’t you think? Even though we were just at Niagara Falls recently we wanted to see it … Continue reading

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Niagara on the Lake

Canada’s prettiest town and a National Historic Site, Niagara on the Lake is known for its heritage, culture, and wineries. An historical marker says the town was captured by American forces in May 1813, which burnt it during their withdrawal … Continue reading

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